if it goes to the bottom it's the densest . if its at the top its the lightest . -T.Brenee<3
The liquid that flows the fastest when poured is the least viscus. This liquid might be liquid water for example.
liquids are runny and can be poured. Solids are firm and can be stacked.
The different layers are formed because the two liquids are not compatible, or do not mix well. The order of the layers is always from the densest liquid on the bottom to the least dense liquid on top. For example, oil and water, water is denser so it sinks to the bottom and the oil floats. Liquids may form layers whether or not they are of equal volume.
Liquids have a definite measurable volume but no definite shape. They assume the shape of whatever vessel the liquid is poured into.
...will flow slowest.
Cooking oil is a liquid, and liquids doesn't have a shape. Liquids simply take the shape of whatever vessel they're poured into. If poured out into zero gravity surface tension would pull them into spheres.
what causes different liquids to form layers is the density of each liquid. Liquids that are more dense than other liquids will sink to the bottom. Liquids that are less dense will float to the top.
No. Liquids always cover the bottom of the container, but may not fill it if you haven'tpoured in enough liquid. Gases don't care ... they always fill the container.
the molecules of liquids have large intermolecular spaces between them.when a solid(especially salts) is poured in liquid,the molecules of the solid occupy these intermolecular space of the liquid. This is the reason why a solid dissolves in a liquid
because water is a liquid and liquids are easy to pour most of the time and that is what a beaker is for.
When liquid nitrogen is poured on balloon .The balloon will frezee
i assume you mean solid. Solid particles are closer packed together, where liquid particles are less closely packed together. Solids, apart from rice and sand, cannot be poured and apart from sponge cannot be squeezed. Liquids can be poured but are not easily compressed
I am not positive about gas but here is a description of liquids: A liquid has no fixed shape, it had a definite volume and it can be compressed and poured. Hope this helps! xx
Solids, liquids, and gases are all forms of materials. Only solids are used as building materials (although even then, one could argue, cement is poured in liquid form before it solidifies).
They take the shape of the container they are poured into.
It takes shape of the container it is poured in
solids cannot be poured , they cannot also change shape unless you bend it , break a bit of it or melt it. liquids can be poured. gases can not be condensed down
Moisture can be damaging for the balances, especially the electronic balance. Therefore, liquids should never be poured in the near vicinity of a balance.
All liquids can, of course, be poured!All liquids will also take the shape of their container.Hope this helps!
Liquids take on the shape of any container they are placed in. If the volume of the container is less than the total volume of the liquid, them the difference in quantity will overflow the top of the container.