Why does helium make your voice so high? What about the opposite effect?

Well, Helium is 6 times denser than air making it travel through it much faster, making his voice higher. Sulfur hexafluoride is 6 times denser than air, so it moves slower and makes his voice lower.

11/19/11 at 10:17pm
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