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# How does solidification affect an objects volume?

The volume of most substances will reduce if the substance changes from liquid to solid.

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## Related Questions

the bigger the objects the more heat is required

It wouldn't have more volume it should have less actually.

NoThe mass always stays the same. The volume of a subtance may change.

With constant mass, a decrease in volume will increase the the density. Conversely, an increase in volume will decrease the density.

The definition of density is mass per unit volume. For any object or sample of a substance, it can be calculated as (mass) divided by (volume). If two objects or samples with the same volume have different masses, the one with the greater mass has greater density. If two objects or samples with the same mass have different volumes, the one with the greater volume has smaller density.

for Regular objects it is VOLUME = MASS/DENSITY and for Irregular objects it is DISPLACEMENT:)

Yes, static electricity does affect objects.

If the mass stays the same, then when an object gets larger, its density decreases. The larger density=the more bouyancy

Solidification is a change of phase, from liquid to solid.

becouse the volume of liquid displaced has the same mass as the floating objects

When volume is constant, the masses of two objects are in direct proportion to their densities.

An objects density is determined by its' weight and volume.

Density equalls mass divided by its volume.

Expansion means that the volume increases......

Displace water with the object. The amount of water displaced will give volume

Volume and weight are not directly related. Objects of the same weight can have a different volume.

What are the two factors that affect an objects kinetic energy

Two objects has got same mass means the mass of both the objects is same. It does not comment any thing about the volume of the objects. If the density of the two objects is same, then only their volume will be same. If both the objects are not made up of the same material, they have most likely to have different volume. Rarely it may be same.

mass divided by volume... mass/volume=density

he discovered that volume of object immersed in water =volume of liquid displaced

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