No they are not. Water will float on chloroform as the latter is more denser than the former.
Acetone will float in water because it has a lower density than water. A few other liquids which will float on water are: ethanol, ether, methylated spirits and olive oil. Some that will sink in water are: chloroform and mercury.
It would float.
Saturn would float if it were put in water.
Saturn would actually float in water if you placed it in it. Pluto would also float in water, but is no longer considered a planet.
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,
Uses of chloroform water
Always the bottom layer will be of chloroform and upper layer of water due to difference in the density.
the concentrated chloroform water is called double strength chloroform water it is prepared by adding 5ml conc.chloroform to the 100 ml of water
It will float on water
Distillation, because chloroform and water have different boiling points.