Why is coconut oil less dense than water though it is thicker than water?
Just because something is thicker than something does not mean it is more dense. Coconut oil may be more viscous than water, but it is less dense. Perhaps because of the strong hydrogen bonding in water, more mass is able to be packed per unit volume than in coconut oil.
it has more dense than water
Icebergs float in water, though about 7/8 under it, so water is more dense.
Yes sugar is more dense than water. Even though it is denser than water sugar is soluble and will dissolve in water.
Yes, for example oil is less dense than water even though it is more viscous.
Because its inside is hollow.
COCONUT BODY IS DENCER THAN COCONUT WATER INSIDE COCONUT BODY IS DENCER THAN COCONUT WATER INSIDE
If it's in a block shape and it's floating on water, then guaranteed it's less dense than water.
No i'm pretty sure it's not wax is thicker and has denser particles so wax is denser.
There aren't many contents that are found in coconut water. Coconut water in it's purest form is simply water and coconut juice.
nope. coconut water is the juice of the coconut (the liquid that comes out when you crack open a coconut). coconut milk is made from the meat of the coconut and water blended together and then drained.
Milk is thicker than water and therefore takes longer to cool. On the other hand, because it is more dense it will actual boil faster than water.
a coconut gets buried in sand and the water waters it a coconut can float on water because it is hollow on the inside therefore a coconut can float
Water coconut usually refers to a young coconut and usually only the water (liquid inside the coconut) is used.
Solids are most dense, liquids next, then gases. There are exceptions though, such as water. Ice, a solid, is less dense than water, a liquid because of the way the molecules line up when the water freezes.
It will vary on the variety and size of coconut but generally they will have about half litre of coconut water.
Coconut water is good for you because it has calcium, potassium, magnesium. Coconut water keeps your body hydrated.
No, coconut milk is very different in thickness, taste, and texture and is completely different from coconut water.
Yes coconut water is healthier than water
Blood is thicker than water.
xxx Oil is thicker because it is an element that is made partly from water. xxx Better: "Can't tell you, because in general most oils are LESS dense than water." (Cf. Discussion page)
The ingredients in coconut flavored sparkling water include carbonated water, coconut flavoring, etc.
Zico is made from concentrate. Brands like TRUCOCO are 100% pure coconut water.
Coconut oil is not soluble in water.
the water is one of the parts of the coconut. It is actually made with it
coconut water is non polar
Scoria has thicker vesicle walls than pumice does. This means it has a lower proportion of open space in it, making it less dense than water.
Yes, blood is thicker than water.
You can expect them to be similar, since coconut water is mainly water.
No. Even if you were to somehow become invulnerable to heat, lava is too dense and to viscous to swim in. It is liquid, but it is much thicker than water.
Zico coconut water contains sugar, water, electrolytes, and more potassium than one can get in one banana. When purchasing coconut water it is better to buy the nature coconut water than the made from concentrate.
To determine if something is more dense than water: If it floats it's as dense, or less dense than water. If it sinks it's more dense than water.
deeper water is more dense, colder water is more dense, warm water is less dense, water with much salt is more dense.
No, water is intermediately dense
Ice = Frozen Water Because ice is less dense than water. Whether or not an object floats in water depends SOLELY on whether or not it is denser or less dense than water. (I learned this in AP Physics) Ice is kinda strange. Usually, when an object becomes a solid, it becomes more dense than its liquid form. However, When water is frozen, the ice becomes LESS dense than water due to a special chemical… Read More
Less dense water floats on top of more dense water. Given two layers of water with the same salinity, the warmer water will float on top of the colder water. There is one catch though! Temperature has a greater effect on the density of water than salinity does.
Though the density of frozen water appears to be a solid, it is less dense than water and so ice floats.
There is a tiny cow in the coconut.
Coconut water is believed to be the most purest water on our planet! Most people find it appetizing all by itself, however, there are other uses for coconut water. Coconut water has been used as an alternative to plasma when injured soldiers are in need of blood during wartime. Coconut water has no cholesterol. Coconut water can be fed to newborns because it contains lauric acid, which is in breast milk. Coconut water is naturally… Read More
Containing electrolytes the coconut water is electricaly conductive.
Coconut water are the good source of vitamins and nutrients, also coconut water contains low calories so it is beneficial in the dieting.
It isn't. Blood is thicker than water.
Cooking oil is thicker but will float on water.
false, blood is thicker than water
Turpentine is thicker - or has higher viscosity, than water.
The water from the coconut occurs naturally by the nutrients absorbed from the soil. The water is delicious and nutritious and can be a good energy drink. No wonder how did it get inside the coconut. Let's just say its a gift from heaven...
Because when the coconut is young, it does not have much meat to mix the water with into coconut milk. when it matures, there is more meat it can mix with.
Because it is not water, it is sap from the coconut palm (containing the nourishment and nutrients that are needed to help the coconut form.
By bagged coconut I presume you mean dried coconut, if that is the case then yes you can. If the recipe calls for creamed coconut then mix enough water with the dried coconut to meet the consistency, if coconut milk is required then use more water until the desired consistency.
Yes, coconut tree can grow in salty water or sea water.