Would the mass be the same in a sealed cup of water?
Too vague a question. If you mean, does sealing the cup change the mass, then no it does not change the mass of the water, though the sealing material would add its own mass to the total.
If you changed the water to water vapor in a pressure cooker what volume would the water vapor occupy?
If it remains sealed the volume remains the same. Read More
it would be the same Read More
Objects under water seem to weigh less but they have the same mass as they would out of water. Read More
Nothing. In a closed system you cannot create or destroy mass by heating. Picture taking a sealed cansiter of water and heating it on the stove. The water inside would get hotter and the pressure would increase and it would all eventually become steam. But since no water has escaped and none has been added the amount of mass inside the cansiter hasn't changed so it will still weigh the same. The only time it… Read More
Because ice is freezed water... so the mass of the water is the same! Read More
In a sealed chamber with no loss of mass, five pounds of water plus sufficient heat will produce five pounds of steam. The mass of the water remains the same, regardless of its state. Freeze it, and you'd have five pounds of ice instead. Read More
You would have to specify the amount of each. If the volume is the same, water (having a larger density) would have a much larger mass, and therefore take much longer to cool down or heat up. Even for the same mass, water will take longer to cool down or heat up, because of its larger specific heat. Read More
There can be no sensible answer. Litres are a measure of volume, not of mass. Consider a litre of air: what would its mass be? Next consider a litre of water. It will not have the same mass as the air. Read More
Does the mass of a ice cube stay the same after being in a sealed box and left in the sun with only some droplets left?
Whatever you do with an ice cube, and whether or not it all stays where you put it, the total mass is the same at any time you decide to measure it. If you put it in a box, and put the box out to broil in the sun, then there may be only a few droplets of water on the bottom of the box after a while, but if the box is truly sealed… Read More
If a substance of unknown composition is heated in an open container will Its mass will stay the same?
If a substance of unknown composition is heated in an open container will Its mass will stay the same as a result the mass of the container and its contents decreases. A substance of an unknown composition is heated in a sealed container the mass of the container and its content remains the same. Read More
The same as it is out of water - the mass never changes - the weight does. Read More
The mass would be the same. the weight would not. Read More
Would heating the culture in a sealed small diameter tube that is totally immersed in a water bath produce more accurate results that the use of tubes that are partially submerged in a water bath?
Yes it would. This is because the whole tube would be in the water, making the measurements the same throughout. Read More
The mass of salt water must be the EXACT same as the mass of the salt and the water before they were combined. However, this does not hold true for their volume. Read More
If a glass of water has a single ice cube in it The ice melts completely what would happen to the level of water?
The level would remain the same, because the ice cube displaces its own mass of water. This displaced mass is replaced when the ice cube melts. Read More
The volume of water is the same as the mass of water. So if you have 100ml of water you actually have 100g of water. Read More
No, the mass of water which remain in the container decrease. Read More
pure water has the same density, and the same mass Read More
Antione Lavoiser discovered that matter's form or shape can be changed, but its mass will stay the same. So the most common example would be: when boiling water, you will see steam rising from the pot, and you will notice the water level in the pot lowering. That water is changing its form to steam, but that steam has the same mass as when it was water in the pot. The same goes for when… Read More
Need more data to answer. Are you talking about the mass of an object, neither air nor water, being the same when in the air or in the water? Yes. Are you talking about the total mass of all the air on earth compared to the total mass of all the water on earth? Definitely not. Read More
The mass is extremely similar. Also note, different brands of whiskey would also have slightly different mass. Read More
Yes, a solid would have the same mass on the moon as it would on earth. An object's mass is independent of the force of gravity, so its mass would remain the same even in the absence of gravity (e.g. on a spaceship). What would change is the weight, which is measured with mass in proportion to gravity. Read More
A fully grown blue whale has a mass probably reaching over 181 tonnes (181000 kilos), This mass is the same in or out of water. However in water the whale will be weightless as it is neutrally buoyant, displacing the same mass of water as its mass. Read More
There is a thing called heavy water. It is pure water that has a deuterium in it known as D20 instead of H20. It is pure but does not have the same mass. Read More
Calculate the amount of water in a gallon of water. The mass of the steam will be exactly the same as the mass of the water. No mass should be lost. Read More
How can a piece of paper have a different mass after it is burned than before if it follows the law of mass?
When you burn it, some of the mass is released as a gas. If you were to burn the paper in a sealed glass cube, the gas would be captured and the mass would stay the same. Because burning it releases some of the material that makes it up as gas. and even if you caught the material that escaped into the air in smoke and weighed that as well, it would still be lighter… Read More
The mass of the sugar remains the same. Read More
If the two bags weighed the same then yes they would have the same mass! But If they had different weights then the mass would be different! and the mass of the rocks would be higher then the bag of feather! Read More
In a micro gravity, if the mass of each are equal they would 'weigh' the same. Read More
If you were to ignore the water in the pan on the scale while measuring the mass of a mineral what would be the effect on your density calulation?
The water would add excess mass to your calculation for density. This would cause the density to be greater than the true density. Density = mass / volume So if the mass is greater than the true value and the volume is the same, then the density increases. Read More
Steam is a gas, and is not measured in pounds. It is measured in grams, which measures mass. To answer your question, 1 gallon of steam (gaseous water) would have the same mass as 1 gallon of water. If you were to change 1 gallon of water to steam, then their mass would remain the same. This is because changes of state are physical changes in science. According to the law of conservation of mass… Read More
No. They have the same mass. Read More
This is a consequence of the law of mass conservation. Read More
If earth's mass were to remain the same, your weight would be constant, i.e. it would not change. Read More
The density an object depends not only on the mass but also its volume i.e. D=M/V. Therefore, if two objects had the same mass and volume then they would have the same density. By contrast, if two objects had the same mass but different volumes then they would not have the same volume. In fact, the object with the least volume would be more dense or would have would have a greater density. Read More
Yes, liquid water does have mass. If you have one litre of water - then you have one kilogram of water (weight/mass). The same applies for if you have twenty litres of water... you then have twenty kilograms of water. Read More
because they have the same mass when placed in water Read More
Mass is the same no matter where you are. Weight is less, but mass is the same. Read More
Your mass will stay the same. Mass is always the same no matter what. Read More
Is this sentence true or false on the moon your mass would be less than it is on earth but your weight would be the same?
False: Your mass would be the same but your weight would be less. Read More
Your mass would stay the same. Mass is the amount of matter in an object, so your mass would stay at 68kg. Read More
you use the water displacement test. the mass of the displaced water is equal to the mass of the object. because the density of water is one, this means that the volume of the water is equal to the mass of the object * * * * * That is only true if the body floats. Two blocks of different metals, but of the same size will displace the same volume of water. Their masses… Read More
No. Your mass would remain the same but your weight would increase greatly. Read More
The mass of a pumpkin on Earth is the same as its mass on the moon, on Mars, or anywhere else. Its mass is the same as its weight would be on Earth. Read More
When a known mass of sugar is dissolved in a known mass of water, the mass of the resulting solution will be equal to the sum of the masses of the sugar and water mixed to make the solution. Read More
If the water is evaporated the obtained mass of the tablet is the same. Read More
If you double the amount of water how will the proportions by mass of hydrogen and oxygen in the water be affected?
The PROPORTIONS by mass will be unaffected, they will remain the same. Read More