Will a body organ float in water?
Well not all organs can float, but lungs can float on water
the only organ that does not float is the brain
get oxygen to its body cells
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The body will float in the water after it has drowned for a while. The body will not stay down.
For something to float in water, the object must be less dense than water. Humans float in water because the body is collectively less dense than the water itself. If the body were completely water, it would not sink or float, just stay suspended in the water.
Dead bodies float due to the gases produced during decomposition. The gases are lighter than the water, causes the body to float and to continue decomposing
After death, the body decomposes and takes in a gas that allows a body to float temporarily until the gas is let out. Because air floats on water you would float if you are dead.
Gases that are lighter than the water build up in a dead body after several days, causing it to eventually float.
A body floats in water because it is less dense than water.
The water absorbed organ is the large intestine. Its main function is to secrete body water from the matter and then pass on nonsense waste from the body.
Whether an object will float or sink in water will depend on its volume and weight. If the weight of the displaced water is more than that of the body, the body will float. On the other hand if the weight is the displaced water is less than that of the body, the body will sink. Again if both of them are equal, the body will partially sink. Sea water contains salt. So its density… Read More
The uman body floats in water because its density is just under that of water.
The density of ocean (sea) water is approximatley 1.025; the density of the human body is approximately 1.00; less dense objects float on top of or near the surface of denser liquids. The saltier the water or the more body fat you have (body mass index), the better you float. Cheers Malcolm
The brain is about 80% water, more than any other organ.
Not all marine mammals float, but the ones that do float because the body of the animal is sitting on the surface of the water and that makes the pressure of the body of the animal float because the body is rising from all the pressure. Hope this helped -stupid factory
Yes, some humans can float, others can not. It depends on how much body fat you have. The more you have, the easier it is to float.
Because...our body has density.The amount of mass in a certain volume of matter is a property called density...the density of our body is less than the water that is why we float on water.But it's just a little less!
yes because the salt content in the water is so high your able to float in the shallower areas of the body of water
organ is the system of a body
Its oxygen rises to the top of its body in order for the fish to float upwards All species of fish are different and prefer to dwell, or float, at different levels in the water.
Walruses can float due to their very high body fat content.
A body floats due to the gases left in the body, once the gases dissipate the body sinks until it produces more gas to float.
the kidney is the organ that is primarily important in removing water from the body
The air is less dense than your body, so you sink through it. The opposite is true for water, which is more dense than your body, so you float in it.
If you could find a body of water large enough to fit Saturn, yes it could float in the water. The density of Saturn is at 0.687 g/cmÂ³.
The kidneys are the principle organ for maintaining salt and water balance. One of the functions of the kidneys is to control the water and salt balance in the body. That is why it is referred to as the main organ of homeostasis.
COCONUT BODY IS DENCER THAN COCONUT WATER INSIDE COCONUT BODY IS DENCER THAN COCONUT WATER INSIDE
the human body can float on water because you are holding your breath of course!!! Yes. Basically, air floats on water. If you breath in a lot of air, then you will float. Also, fat floats, and so humans with some fat on their bodies would float better than humans without fat.
Dead bodies float due to an accumulation of gases. These gases are a by-product of decomposition. The gases are lighter than the water and buoy the body to the surface.
There are a wide variety of factors that influence this. Bodies float due to decomposition gases trapped within it affect its buoyancy. A body sunk in cold, oxygen free water might not decompose in such a way as to ever cause it to float.
because it has so much salt in it that it enables the body to float instead of sinking in the water
The car openings all need to be properly sealed to prevent water entry to the car body and then many cars will float. There are numerous holes and seams in the car body that are plugged and sealed but not sufficiently to prevent water entry.
It depends on the person, I've always found floating in fresh water to be difficult. But, it is all a matter of density. "Bags of water" won't particularly float. Bones (Calcium), Salt (Sodium Chloride) & other minerals in the body will sink. However, fats & oils will float. The air in the lungs will also float. It is all a matter of overall density. If the average density of the body is greater than 1… Read More
Both the skin and the kidneys have the job of maintaining water balance in your body.
Because its overall density is less than that of water.
In the pool, or in any large body of water.
die..and its body will float on the surface
Motion, continous motionmakes it possible for the body to float. An example is the bicycle, when it stops its motion, it fall.
In theory; Saturn, a gas planet, is light enough to float on a body of water big enough to contain the ringed giant. The rings would not float, but, the main body of Saturn probably would.
yes,because if something can save u it can also kill u humans can drown in water because we cant float and no humans have that godness
When something dies, gasses are released by the body. These gasses collect and cause the body to swell, and if the body is in the water, they cause it to float.
They shoot a cannon over the water and float a loaf of bread filled with quicksilver in it on the water. This supposedly makes the body stop and float.
Well, a dead body may sink in water then float, because the bodily gases will later bring the body back up to the surface after a little bit of decomposition. Other than dead bodies, no solid object will sink then float in water. Submarines might also fit the bill, if your not sticky about the methods.
The skin is the largest organ in the human body. The biggest "component" in the body is water.
Dead body(s) will float in seawater [at least dead animal body(s) do]. ... visualize that once the body begins to decompose bacterial gases will cause the body to float to the surface ... imagine that body(s) which end up in deep water (thereby very cold water) do not experience bacterial decomposition as quickly and consequently with limited light and oxygen any bodies in deep/cold water decompose and are consumed more slowly without floating to the… Read More
Basically, if something is lighter than water, it will float. If the water is somehow made heavier, more things will be lighter than it. If you add a lot of salt to water, the body of water becomes heavier. Something that is heavier than water might be lighter than saltwater and float in saltwater but not normal water.
you can't because standing means your feet are on the ground and floating means any part of your body can not touch the ground. So it is not possible to float in the water standing =)
The answer to this question cannot be answered unless you tell the exact water body which you are referring to. Coconuts can practically float forever unless it is damaged or broken.
Because your body is less dense than the water. More dense bodies go down, in fact you don't float back to the top, the water falls down not leaving room for your body but up to the surface.