The density depends on a whole range of factors including purity and Temperature. Use the above as a guide though but in situations where the value of density is critical, take a sample to the lab for them to determine the correct value.
Exactly the way you measure the density of anything else. -- Procure a clean, representative sample of the substance, any size. -- Measure the mass of the sample. -- Measure the volume of the sample. -- Take the numbers out of the laboratory and back to your cubicle. -- Divide the sample's mass by its volume. -- The quotient is the density of the substance.
because it is an oil and has very low density i.e its lighter than water so it doesn't mixes with water but when you add vinegar to it, it will dissolve.
Petrol and oil will mix, with the petrol acting as a solvent.
no petrol is not an electrolyte
Because petrol is volatile, some of it evaporates into the air and that's what you smell.You can smell petrol at a petrol station because sometimes people spill it as they put it into their cars.
The density of petrol is 0.8g cm3 which is the same as 800g per litre The mass of petrol supplied is 4Kg = 4000 grams =4000/0.8 = 5000cm3 5000cm3 = 5 litres of petrol. Answered by the longfield BTEC boys.
because it has very less density.
because the density of oak wood is less than the water and greater than the petrol.
The density of petroleum diesel is about 0.85 kg/l whereas petrol (gasoline) has a density of about 0.72 kg/l, about 15% less
Many hydrocarbons such as petrol has an Sg of about .7
No, the density of frozen water is less than petrol's.
specific gravity is density relative to water. (water = 1 kg / litre) specific gravity of petrol is 0.72 ( 0.72 kg / litre) 33 000 litres petrol * 0.72 = 23 760 kg
The density of petrol varies, depending on its composition. 20 thousand litres would weigh between 14200 kg and 15400 kg.
It depends on the density of the liquid!!!!, be it water, petrol(gasoline) oil, alcohol.
Petrol does not have a high enough energy density. If you have enough of it on board to provide the energy needed to reach orbit, the vehicle will be too heavy to lift off.
Readily available, inexpensive, transportable, and high energy density.