because it does not have moistire so it sink an paper is burned unless it is in the sun
a balloon float on water
Water is denser than oil, so yes, it will sink. That is true whether the water is inside a balloon or not.
The density of water molecules is the same inside the balloon as on the outside.
the water weighs it down, this causes it to sink
Well this would be difficult. The best way would be to fill the balloon with something besides air. You could fill the balloon with a liquid such as oil, water, etc. and see if that works.
The balloon will sink, as carbon dioxide is heavier than air.
Because they are heavier than water and have no air in them
As balloons increase in altitude, there is less atmospheric pressure pushing on it, so the result is that the balloon expands. The opposite is true, if you sink a balloon in water there is more pressure on the outside of the balloon so it shrinks.
no because the papper will absorb the water making it heavier and it will sink.
The balloon with krypton gas has a higher density than the balloon with argon gas.
ok, put paper in sink fill sink up with warm or hot water take an orange and yellow marker dip markers in water for ten seconds then leave paper there for a few minute take paper out let it air dry, paper should be yellowish the lastly crinkle it up.
If you breathe in before going under water then you float beacuse you are filled with light air. Otherwise, if you blow out while going under then you sink. All of the air is expelled out of you body. For example: if a balloon is aired up it will float when it pops its will sink if all of the air is out.
Initially, the paper is full of tiny pockets of air. As this is released when the paper gets wet - it's replaced by water. The heavier paper then sinks.
Neither, it just stays submerged, provided its density stays the same as the water around.
Because it is heavier than air.
i believe you mean why does iron sink but the iron boat float. think about a balloon for a moment. if you take an empty balloon you can easily pull it under water, but if you fill the balloon with air and tie it shut, you cannot pull it under water. the same concept applies to the boat. The air inside and around the boat (yes, even if it is completely open with no roof) keeps it afloat
Hot water soap and paper towels
A balloon filled with helium floats and a balloon filled with regular air falls to the ground because helium has less density than air so the air causes the balloon to sink because there are more molecules in it. The helium has less molecules in it so the balloon rises.
Maple syrup will sink but water is unable to sink because it is water.
Because the density of carbon dioxide is the double of the density of water (1,977 g/cm3) at 1 atm and O 0C.
the mass of the paper clip weighs too much for the buoyant force of the water to push up to the surface of the water. wrong
Yes, an anchor is more dense than a hot air balloon. Density equals the mass divided be the volume.For example:Let's say that they both take up the same amount of volume, the anchor has a higher mass than the hot air balloon so it has a higher density which is why the hot air balloon floats and the anchor will sink.yes it is.If a thing can float on water, it's density is lower than water, like a hot air ballon.If a thing can sink in water, it's density is higher than water, like an anchor.