Is oil heavier than antifreeze?
No, oil is lighter than antifreeze.
No. Water is heavier than oil.
Water is not heavier then oil. Oil is less dense then water which is why it floats on top of water.
Water is heavier An oil molecule is heavier than a water molecule. But a gallon of water is heavier than a gallon of oil because water is denser, meaning the molecules are closer together. Therefore, there are more molecules in a gallon of water than in a gallon of oil, making it heavier. If you have ever tried an experiment with water and oil, the oil will always be on the top because it is… Read More
Oil is less dense than water.
No water is heavier then oil.
It depends on which oil you mean. Some oils are heavier than water, some are lighter. Most of things that the average person thinks of when they hear "oil", such as motor oil or vegetable oil, are lighter than water. Other oils are heavier. There are a huge number of things that are all considered 'oils', so the question needs to be more specific.
Mainly yes, though there are some oils that are heavier.
Yes, salt is denser(heavier) than oil and even water. I hope this info helps you in whatever your tryin to do and why ever your looking for the answer for this question .... =D
Becaus oil is thicker and heavier than water
Yes, because water is heavier than oil.
yes absolutely.., density of oil more than the water density
Water is heavier than oil, so oil floats on top of water.
The oil will appear thinner than usual. Do not mistake this for oil that is thinner at higher temperatures. Also, it should have a different smell than regular oil.
No. Oils are lighter than water.
Crude Oil is less dense than water.
Oil heavier than water must have a density greater than 1 gm/cc. In oil field terms, this is stated as an API gravity of 10. There are a number of large deposits of oil with low API gravities. On the related link, descriptions and occurrences of heavy and extra heavy oil are provided.
no but antifreeze in oil will eat the bearings
NO! Take it to a mechanic immediately. Call AAA at once, if you are a member. Oil is not antifreeze and antifreeze is not oil!
Among many other liquids, salt water, mercury, sugar syrup and oil are all heavier than water.
If water is mixed with oil the water will sink below the oil because it is heavier than the oil.
No, mercury is the heaviest liquid.
lighter...that's why oil mixed with water floats on the top
No, methane is a very light gas and crude oil is certainly not
butter is heavier and stickier than olive oil.
they're lighter than air
This means that there is oil getting in your antifreeze. More than likely you have a blown head gasket. Stop driving this vehicle until you have this repaired.
oil and water never mix together. water is heavier than oil. so,oil float on the water.
it gets heavier
if there is engine oil in the antifreeze generally indicates a cracked head on the engine
Five gallons of paint is heavier than five gallons of water, which is heavier than five gallons of oil, so please be more specific.
Becuz oil is more heavier than water and it just stays on top of the water.
A bad head gasket is the most common cause of antifreeze mixing in the oil. The antifreeze will dilute the oil and it will eventually cause your engine to seize up.
Oil is less dense than water, which is why a film of oil will float on top of water.
Look at the oil on the dipstick. If you have antifreeze leaking into the crankcase the oil will be milky.
You have oil in your antifreeze and antifreeze in your oil should you drain it before using steel seal?
i have a 94 cadillac sls and i think i blew a headgasket thers oil in my antifreeze resovar and thers antifreeze in my oil whats the best thing to do does steel seal realy work should i drain both of thoes before i use it Yes, but any sealant that's to be used in the coolant system is for emergency situations. It will cause more problems in the long run than it will fix… Read More
Only brake fluid can be used for brake fluid. Brake fluid is a glycol-based liquid - it's closer to antifreeze than to oil, but don't use antifreeze in it either. Only brake fluid.
Intake gaskets have failed.
Denser means a comparison between two things and if something is heavier than the other Denser means a comparison between two things and if something is heavier than the other
Oil is heavier than water so it sinks to the bottom.
vehicle will overheat. just dump the oil and antifreeze , flush engine and refill with clean oil
Could be oil mixing with antifreeze indicating a bad head gasket Are you losing motor oil?
Just the opposite, 30 weight oil is thinner that 40 weight oil and will flow better at low temperatures.
Pancake syrup is heavier than water because a lot of sugar is dissolved in it, olive oil is lighter than water (like all oils are).
Under, it is heavier than the gas that comes off it.
no oil is lighter then water (not as dens) fuel is lighter then water so i would say the ingreedience combined wouldn't make it heavier
Heavier oil will move slower and maintain higher oil pressure. The heavier oil will be slower to get past the piston rings and the valve stem seals, resulting in less oil burning. Heavier oil is generally better for worn engines, but if the engine isn't worn, you should use the thinner grades of oil, as originally recommended.
Water is heavier.
When batter, a mixture of flour, water and egg is dropped into hot oil, the water turn into steam and "puffs" up and this makes up lighter than oil (where the batter is heavier than oil) and floats
Because water is heavier than oil.So oil is lighter and it floats above the water surface.That is why when there are oil spills, you can esily see oil float over water.
Vinegar is a heavier substance than Olive Oil so the Vinegar goes to the bottom and the Olive Oil stays up top