Yes air takes up space
Glue a piece of cotton to the bottom of a clear, plastic cup. Then fill a bucket, or container larger than the cup, with water. Slowly lower the cup, open side first, into the bucket, making sure to keep it level. Remove the cup and the cotton
ball won't be wet!
That's one expeiment that shows air takes up space. If air didn't take up space, the water would have filled the space in the cup and made the cotton ball absorb the water (making it wet). Since air is matter and has mass, it takes up the space in the cup, thereby preventing the water from filling it up. the air would have to escape that space before the water could rush in i.e. tilting the cup once submerged, you will notice the bubbles rushing to the top of the water - this is the air escaping, allowing the water to rush in and take its place.
Air takes up space because when you breath it into your lungs your lungs expande filling up with air. This proves that air takes up space
Cold air does take up space. All matter does.Cold air just takes up less space than warm air.
How can air not take up space. I mean, does nitrogen takes up space? So you would think that if you can condense, it then it takes up space. If it did not take up space then your lungs would fill up...
Air has mass and takes up space.
Because it takes up space.
Yes the air inside a ball is matter. Matter is anything that takes up space and has mass (solid liqud or gas), the air in the ball takes up space.
a plastic bag and air (fill up the bag with the air ) :-)
a solid is something that takes up a fixed amount of space (takes up space e.g. a table or a chair) and has no air in it
How can air not take up space. I mean, does nitrogen takes up space? So you would think that if you can condense, it then it takes up space. If it did not take up space then your lungs would fill up with nothingness which is a vacuum causing your lungs to rupture and your whole body ,would ,essentially decompress ( also it causes atmospheric pressure).
Yes, air occupies space. This is because air is actually considered to be matter. All matter takes up some space.
yes, air is a matteris matter because it takes up space
Air takes up space. Example is balloon.
Matter has weight and takes up space. You know that air takes up space, because when you breath in, your lungs fill with air and expand. :) MoMMy.!
Hot air takes up more space because when heated because it expands. Molecules move more when warmed up. Hot air takes up more space because when heated because it expands. Molecules move more when warmed up.
yes, it takes up space doesn't it
Both because matter is anything that takes up space the computer u are using is matter air is matter because air inside a balloon takes up space
If you mean "Does air occupy space?" then yes it does when we compress air it takes space.. but when its not compressed we may not feel it but it still does take up space..
air! Not necessarily. A pound of gold has no air in it. mass matter
Mass is the amount of matter in an object, and volume is the amount of space something takes up (example, air takes up space)
Since air occupies space and has mass it is called matter. Air is found in the Earth's atmosphere, takes up space, and has weight.
Yes! It does take up space.For example:airnatural gasgasolinehelium and so onThey do take up space.
The more hot air comes than cold air and the hot air takes more space
Blow up a balloon or inflate a tire.
air takes up space AIR HAS pressure air has no odor(usually) air has mass air has no colour (usually)