Sinks come in all sizes and shapes, and the best ones have an overflow hole to prevent flooding the kitchen or bathroom should someone leave the room and forget to turn the taps off. When you buy a sink, it is usually stated that the capacity is in litres! But it is more usual to go by the size of the space the sink is expected to fill, the placement of the taps and the waste drain position. Then, of course, is it a single or double draining board, and is it stainless steel? After working out all that, the capacity takes second place, especially as I use a plastic washing up bowl that sits inside my stainless steel kitchen sink.
The answer will depend on the size of the sink: they are not all the same size.
Yes, the weight of the object doesn't matter as much as the density. For example, a pebble will sink in water because it is very dense, yet a log won't because it's not as dense as water.
Objects sink when the density of the object is more than that of the water.
The litre would be a much smaller number.
To float on water the object should have density less than that of water. But fork have density that is much more greater than that of water.Thus, a fork sinks in water.
Sink. Items with a density of less than one will float on water.
it depends how much you put in water but it usually would sink.
It will float. Its a rock. It actually depends on how much water you have, if you you tried float it in the ocean, it would obviously sink. But if you tried to float it on a gladd or bowl or water, it would float,
it would depend on the size of the sink, but most average sinks would be able to hold three gallons of water :)
As long as the feather stays all by itself, it will never sink in water, because its density is much less than the density of water. If you really need to sink it, then you must tie it to something much more dense, like a rock or a fishing sinker.
Volume = 3 cm x 2 cm x 10 cm = 60 cm3 Mass of 60 cm3 water = 60 grams Mass of box + contents would be >60 gramsbefore it could sink.
No they sink to the bottom because they hold no air.
Bathroom sink use 5 liters of water.
it would sink
97% will sink below the water
i think my bathroom sink can hold about 3 cups
It would sink. The density of water is 1g/mL. Anything with a greater density will sink.