a solid block of steel will sink because the buoyant force isn't the same as its weight.
the surface area of a ship displaces more water than the weight of the ship. if the ship was solid steel (and not hollow) it would sink.
wood will. a solid block of aluminum will sink. things float when their density is less than water. there are some woods that sink.
a block of lead will sink in a liquid if its density is greater than that of the liquid. a block of lead would sink in water.
the water sink is not solid and liquid
the specific gravity of water is '1' and that of molases between 1.4 and 1.6., ...molasses being heavier would sink
that depends on the relative densities of the solid and the liquid. if the solid is denser than the liquid, the solid will sink. if the liquid is denser, the solid will float.
objects denser than water will sink; objects less dense than water will float. since aluminum metal has a density of around 2.7 grams per cubic centimeter and water has a density of 1.0, a solid block of aluminum would sink.
it all depends on the density of the block
to make it easier to pour the molasses you can heat it up for a few degrees by putting the container under a hot water bath from the sink.
97% will sink below the water
maybe because block a is heavy and block b is light it depends on the weight.
no. density, which depends on both mass and volume, determines whether an object will float or sink. consider that a block of wood will float on water, but a block of iron of the same volume will sink.
a solid object in contact with a liquid in which the solid does not dissolve will sink if the density of the solid is greater than the density of the liquid and will float if the density of the solid is lower than the density of the liquid.
solid iron will float in liquid mercury. in most liquids it will sink.
1.25 g/cm3 sink
it depends on how big or heavy the wooden block is.or the amout of liquid that is placed
the ending agar is significantly diluted. if the undiluted agar is pured in sink, it will solidify and block up the sink.
i think you can because if it will suck you in then you will sink it's outer surface is made up of gas so you will sink but it has a solid core so you might land on something.
in a float and sink experiment, the density of the liquid is considered a dependent variable. when the density is low, the solid may sink more easily.
solid silver has a greater density than liquid silver which means that solid silver would sink.
then the solid object has a greater density and will sink.