# What are the units used to measure buoyant force?

the same units as any other force.

lb, kip, newton, etc

### What would be the buoyant force on a partially immersed object if you used a spring balance?

First of all, the buoyant force on the object doesn't depend on how you measure it, or whether you measure it at all. The buoyant force on an object in a fluid, whether it's submerged partially, entirely, or not at all, is equal to the weight of the fluid that would fill the space occupied by the object if the object weren't there.

### How big is a 10 x10 x 5 peridot?

The answer will depend on the units which were used to measure it as 10x10x5. The answer will depend on the units which were used to measure it as 10x10x5. The answer will depend on the units which were used to measure it as 10x10x5. The answer will depend on the units which were used to measure it as 10x10x5.

### What are the alternative units used to measure values of energy?

The official (international) unit for energy is the joule. Other units frequently used include the calorie, the electron-volt. In general, by the definition of work (which is basically energy) as force x distance, any product of units of force and distance can also be used, for example the foot-pound.