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If the density of a medium is 1000 kg/m3 and the propagation speed is 1540 m/s, the impedance is rayls.

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  1. You are apparently talking about something called "acoustic impedance". It is the product of those two numbers.

    1 rayleigh = 1 kg/(m^2 s)

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