1 milliliter is a thousandth of a liter, so yes, 5L is greater than (will hold more than) 5mL.
Less than one if the container is very shallow, and more than thousands, if the container is deep enough.Less than one if the container is very shallow, and more than thousands, if the container is deep enough.Less than one if the container is very shallow, and more than thousands, if the container is deep enough.Less than one if the container is very shallow, and more than thousands, if the container is deep enough.
a ml (mililitre) is a thousandth of a litre, so its way smaller
The less dense fluid will float on top on the more dense fluid.
19 quarts more.
No, a fluid ounce is more
The average velocity of any container of fluid is zero. But if you are talking about individual particles, the more heat that is added to the fluid the more energetic/faster the particles become.
Convection currents are caused by differences in density. Warmer fluid is less dense, so a fixed volume of the warmer fluid is lighter. Colder fluid is denser, and so heavier in a fixed volume. The colder, denser fluid presses down and falls below the less dense fluid, which floats up to the top of the fluid. Often, there is a heat source that the bottom of the container, so the fluid at the bottom, which was more dense, warms up and becomes less dense. At the same time, the fluid at the top cools down and becomes more dense, and so the cycle repeats, forming a convection current.
A container mabey. Make your question more clear.
Have a look here http:/dictionary.reference.com/browse/viscousViscosity it how thick or thin a fluid is.The thicker a fluid is the more viscous. If the fluid is less viscous it is thinner. A fluid is liquid AND gas. If a fluid is hotter is gets less viscous but if it is cooler it will be more viscous.
More or less. Air can leak from a container, because it is a fluid. However, "leaking air" wouldn't necessarily be correct all the time, so use your best judgment.
A cup is more than a fluid ounce.
it is displacing more water imagine putting a rock into a small container of water. the container appears to have more water because it was displaced
That depends what the media is, - eg. it will hold more ounces of gold than flour
I cup = 8 US fluid ounces. 3/4 cup = 6 fluid ounces 22 ounce container is almost equal to 24 fluid ounces, so a bit more than 1/4 of your container would be roughly equal to 6 fluid ounces.
Air has more capacity to hold water when the air is warmer. The colder the air is, the less water it can hold.
Things that float in a fluid are less dense than the fluid. Things that sink in a fluid are more dense than the fluid.
You want less friction. Then you will go faster.
Here's how to proceed:Fill container B with 3 liters.Pour the 3 liters from container B into container A.Fill container B again with 3 liters.Carefully pour from container B into container A, until container A is full.Container A already had 3 liters, so it only takes 2 more liters to fill it to 5 liters, leaving 1 liter remaining in container B.