Generally, the smaller the particles that make up the soil, the greater the density. For example, clay is more dense than sand, and sand more dense then organic soil.
pressure and density
The conditions that affect physical stability are heat, temperature, compression, pressure, and the molecular structure.
The metal's density should be the same. Crushing is a physical change and should not affect the density of the metal.
Catalysts in biochemical reactions are called enzymes.
A variety of factors affect population densities. Two possible reasons for Canada's sparse population density may be that it is simply a large country, and that many regions experience extreme physical conditions.
Yes. The physical conditions of being in space have little or no affect on the dream function.
volume does affect the density because the formula of density= mass/ volume
Physical &chemical properties affected the structure to change its phase,concentration,density,temperature,heat etc.
The temperature and the salinity affect water's density.
It is the change that only affect the physical properties of matter like melting point, density, softness, hardness, color etc. Example sublimation , cutting of trees etc.
Enzymes act as catalysts in biochemical reactions.
A physical change affect the physical properties.
Density is mass per unit volume. This statement would be clssified as a definition of a physical characteristic of mater.
Yes, water density will affect an object's ability to float.
Rock density has no direct affect on war.
how could a blizzard affect driving conditions
No, density is not affected by gravity. Density is the ratio of an object's mass to its volume. Neither mass or volume is affected by gravity, so gravity does not affect density.
Yes. Temperature will not only affect the density, but also the salinity of seawater.
An increase in temperature will reduce the density, reduce the viscosity, reduce thermal conductivity, and increase the specific heat capacity. A decrease in temperature will have the opposite affect.
Lower density=higher bouyancy
No. But density affects buoyancy.
The rate of bacterial growth may be affected by environmental factors both physical and biochemical. The physical factors include temperature, light, oxygen concentration, moisture, pH, hydrostatic pressure, osmotic pressure and radiation. The biochemical factors or nutritional factors include availability of carbon, nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus, trace elements and in some cases, vitamins.