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Density Of Liquids
- SKU: CH 101 S
Working Principle – Density of Fluids
Why do substances that have equal volume have different weights? It is because of their density. An object’s density is measured by comparing its mass to its volume. out of a stone and a cork that is of the same size, which is heavier? It is the stone as it has more mass being denser. Liquids have the density too. Do you know that you can change the density of water by adding sugar into it.
The aim of this experiment is to demonstrate this effect.
- This manipulative shows that the density of an object is measured by comparing its mass to its volume.
- Students understand that liquids have density too
- Correlation between theory and practical becomes easier
|Working Principle:||Density of Fluids|
|Dimension||DIY assembling kit|
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