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If the density of any material is larger then that of water, the buoyancy force of water will not support that object. ie the object will not float. Also, if an small/large holes are present in the object, they may fill with water to increasing the mass, but not the volume, causing the density to increase. Generally, wood, unless saturated with water, will float. Ebony could be one that doesnt float.
It is densier than the water but it will sink. :D
The liquid is water, the rock here is pumice and the wood mentioned here is ironwood.
I have a marker which float in water.
it will float
Ironwood is the most dense wood in existance. Petrified wood is considered rock. Ironwood is so dense, it will not float on water. See the related link for more information.
A plastic always sink in oil like a plastic bottle will always float in oil.
The address of the Ironwood Carnegie Library is: 235 East Aurora Street, Ironwood, 49938 2111
The address of the Ironwood Area Historical Soc is: 150 N Lowell St, Ironwood, MI 49938
The address of the Ironwood Area Historical Society is: Po Box 553, Ironwood, MI 49938-0553
Ironwood Theatre was created in 1928.
The phone number of the Ironwood Carnegie Library is: 906-932-0203.
Ironwood is the only one I know of
Ironwood Carnegie Library was created in 1901.
Ironwood State Prison was created in 1994.
Ironwood High School was created in 1986.
Ironwood Pig Sanctuary was created in 2001.