What is the gravity of water?
The specific gravity for water is 1. However, when the temperature of water increases, the gravity gradually lowers. At 0°C (32°F), gravity is 1. At 100°C (212°F), the specific gravity of water is 0.958. At 300°C (approx. 580°F), it is 0.7.
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Specific gravity, also known as relative density of water is 1.Actually density of water is SI system of units is 1000kg/m 3. Relative density of any substance is the ratio …of its densityto that of water. So mercury having 13600 kg / m3 as density wouldhave 13600/1000 = 13.6 as relative density or specific gravity ofmercury
The effect of gravity is what makes objects that are more dense (mass per unit of volume) than water, like rocks, sink to the bottom. Objects that have less density than water… will float because their bouyancy is stronger than the force of gravity.
The specific gravity of salt water is about 1.025 or so.
they melt rocks
Yes. Gravity is a property of mass.
The gravity of an object does not change, whether in water, on the ground, or in outer space. Gravity pulls a floating object toward the earth's center (also a tiny bit towa…rd the Sun, Moon, and so forth) and the buoyancy of the water pushes the object away from the center of the earth by the same amount.
gravity of vratish water is in your mother vagina
Yes. There's no material known that insulates against gravity.
gravitational forces increases surface runoff and it couses natural hazards which afects water bodies eg avalanges,landslides and mudflows
The reason why is because of air. Air is just made up of atoms and gravity works on holding down mass and air has no mass. Where water is a liquid and has mass so gravity hold…s it down. So when you jump in the water you have less mass then the water does so gravity does not work on you when in the water.
If pool/lake/ocean water floats up: then no, gravity does not hold water. If pool/lake/ocean water does not float up: then yes, gravity does hold water.
Because of gravity, anything with mass is attracted to everything else with mass.