A gallon of gravy weighs more than a gallon of water, due to the fact it has a higher density.
The salt solution in the bucket is 10% of the salt solution in the bag. The bagged solution has a higher density than the bucket solution; therefore, the bagged solution will most likely fall to the bottom of the bucket as the bucket water is displaced above it -- assuming there is no air in the bag, the density of the bag material is negligible, and the salt is fully dissolved in the water. Details: = The solution in the bucket is 0.3% while the solution is the bag is 3%. Thus, the solution in the bucket has less concentration of salt than the solution in the bag. Hence, the solution in the bucket is hypotonic to the solution in the bag.
Yes, it is true because the density of oxygen is higher than the density of nitrogen.
Wter has a higher density.
Solids have a higher density.
The density of air decreases at higher altitudes.
Higher than what ?? If the object's density is higher than the density of water, then the object sinks in the water.
The higher the density, the lower the buoyancy and the lower the density, the higher the buoyancy
Higher the difference of water density to object density is higher buoyancy force.
Population density is the number of organisms in a certain amount of space (per ml/ per mile, etc). So for example, if you have a 5 gallon fish tank with 10 goldfish in it, and a 25 gallon fish tank with 10 goldfish in it, your population size is the same (n=10) but the 5 gallon fish tank has a higher density than the 25 gallon fish tank.
means that plasticine has higher density.
The density of solid state of matter is higher than the density of liquids and the density of liquids is higher than the density of gases.
The liquid of higher density will settle to the bottom.
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for the same volume, the higher the object density the higher is its mass.
These are all types of liquid measurements. Liquid measurements differ from solid measurements in that the density of the liquid is not factored into the total volume, but is factored into the total weight in which that liquid occupies. Ex: One gallon of water has a specific density. However, a gallon of salt water weighs more than the gallon of water because the salt water has a higher density (i.e. more dense) than the gallon of salt water, although they have the same volume (one gallon). In case you are interested, the correlation of weight, density, and volume is given by the formula: Density = weight / volume. More correctly, it should read: Density = mass / volume, but the relationship between mass and weight is: Weight = mass * gravity, where gravity is a constant: 9.8 kg*(m/s2)
Density = Mass/VolumeHigher Density = higher mass, lower volume.Higher mass means a higher density.Higher volume means a lower density.Of course, this is mathematically speaking. Changing Mass in a realistic experiment is unlikely...and a volume change is usually only via a change of state. But those are the relationships.
No. A stone has much higher density than a styrofoam mattress, but much less mass.
The density of a substance is its mass divided by its volume. So for the same volume the higher the mass, the higher the density.
In terms of a gas, density and pressure have a proportional relationship. The higher the pressure of the gas, the higher the density. The lower the pressure of the gas, the lower the density.
Ice doesn't have a higher density than water, that is why it floats on top of water.
Water with a higher density weighs more. Gravity times mass (higher density of the same substance means bigger mass)
The higher the air density, the more oxygen available for combustion.