it will float as long as it is not fully covered water.
Keep the cauliflower white
A boat can float on the water, and a submarine can float in the water.
It will float. Its a rock. It actually depends on how much water you have, if you you tried float it in the ocean, it would obviously sink. But if you tried to float it on a gladd or bowl or water, it would float,
in order for granite to float on water, it has to be lighter than water. because if its heavier than water, it will not float!
yes iron does float in water yes iron does float in water
Water does not float on more water. Water combines into ... water.
Yes porcupines do float, all porcupines float in water
Jeremejevite does not float on water.
no gravel does not float on water.
What sediment float in the water
They float in water.
The results of can water float on water is that the water builds a ocean.
There are tents designed to Float in water. But not all tents designed to float.
Well not all organs can float, but lungs can float on water
Yes. Salt water has a slightly higher density then fresh water which means its a little easier for things to float in salt water. So if it floats in fresh water it will certainly float in salt water.
No, water does not float on gas. Gas floats on water.
Soil floats on water!
Kerosene does float on water. Water has more density then kerosene. Anything with a lesser amount of density will float.
Rocks that float on water: pumice. Rocks that do not float on water: all other rocks.
An object which is denser than water can float on water when it has a specific shape which lends it buoyancy. For example, a sheet of iron will not float on water but if the same sheet is bent in shape of a bowl, it can float on water.
It will float