It is not. They have exactly the same mass and so must have the same weight.
No, both weigh a kilogram
Lead is unquestionably heavier than an equal volume of feathers.
A fluid ounce of water weighs slightly more than a dry ounce (1 fluid ounce of water weighs 1.043 dry ounces). Therefore a fluid ounce of water is heavier than a dry ounce of flour (or anything else for that matter). Note that a fluid ounce of something else might NOT be heavier. A fluid ounce of lead is much heavier than a fluid ounce of feathers!
no,even though a pigeons bones are very light,they are still heavier than its feathers
are you being serious, if you are no, 15 is not heavier than 18 pounds of feathers.
Lead has a much greater density than feathers.
Lead is heavier than iron.
Yes, lead is a lot heavier than concreate
Because lighter and heavier refer to an objects weight - which has nothing to do with density ! For example - a kilo of feathers is heavier than half a kilo of lead - but lead is more dense !
Lead is heavier. Because the density of lead is heavier than sand.
Yes, uranium is more dense (heavier) than lead.
Yes 1500 grams = 1.5 kilogram heavier than 1.3 kilogram
Of course not.A small jar of lead will be much heavier than a slightly larger jar of feathers.
Iron is more dense than feathers.(A pound of iron is smaller than a pound of feathers. A bottle of iron is heavier than a bottle of feathers.)
No. The specific gravity of lead is 11.35 and the specific gravity of diamond is 3.5, which is above average, but not heavier than lead.
Lead has a higher atomic number than iridium, which means a lead atom is heavier than an iridium atom. however iridium is denser, therefore if you had a block of iridium and a block of lead,the iridium block would be heavier
birds have feathers and not fur because fur is heavier than feathers and would restrict them from being able to fly
That depends how many feathers you have. If you have more than a pound offeathers, then they weigh more tha a pound of lead. But if you lose some of yourfeathers and have less than a pound remaining, then they weigh less than a poundof lead.This entire discussion assumes that your feathers and your lead are on the same planet.
lead is much more dense than feathers, so 1 kg of lead occupies much less space (volume) than 1 kg of feathers
The feathers "take up more room" than the lead. It would be hard to compress the feathers to make them as dense as lead. The feathers have more volume.
Flour does NOT weigh more than sugar. Sugar is about 3 times heavier by volume.
Lead is more dense than feathers. It doesn't matter how much you have of either one. A chip of lead is more dense than a 10-mile convoy of trucks loaded with feathers.
Lead (11,34 g.cm^-3) has a greater density than water (1 g.cm^-3) so for the same volume of water and lead, lead will be heavier.