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What does density really mean? Everyone just provides me with the equation of finding density whenever I ask this question.

Let's say I'm $1.8\ \rm m$, $70\ \rm kg$ with a fairly typical male body shape.
I hold on to the side of an otherwise normal but very deep swimming pool, then lower myself so that the top of my head ...

In a cup filled with different solutions with different densities if we put objects of different masses they will sink to different layers ... and this can be explained by mass and density so what is ...

Basically, I'm using the equation $\frac{F}{A} = -B\times \frac{\bigtriangleup V}{V_o} $. Originally I had to find the change in volume given an initial volume (B and pressure ($\frac{F}{A}$) were ...

What are the top 5 commercially available materials (not limited to just the elements) with the highest density to cost ratio?
To point to an application, say that my goal was to mass produce a solid ...

This table lists the average density of all the planets in our solar system. We could also consider the Sun (average density 1.41 g/cm³) and Pluto (average density 1.88 g/cm³). The densest body (Earth)...

We all learned in high school physics that volume can never reach zero. A theory and a fact that I easily understood. But right now I'm studying:
... The remnant then collapses to a black hole—a ...

In the abstract of the recent article named
"Transport properties and equation of state for HCNO mixtures in and beyond the warm dense matter regime"
we can read that authors measured a density of 36....

This might be a silly question but I want to know why oil actually floats on water. I tried to explain it to myself using Archimedes' principle but that didn't help.
Archimedes’ principle, ...

Suppose, I have a particle satisfying the equation
\begin{equation}
\frac{dX}{dt}=\eta(t)
\end{equation}
Where $\langle \eta(t)\eta(t')\rangle=\delta(t-t')$. I can now define a density like $\rho(x,...

i'm trying to determine a formula for $\Delta M=M-M_{apparent}$ in terms of $\rho_o , \rho_w , M$ for a fully submerged object and I have no idea where to begin. I have attempted to draw a force ...

Consider a string under tension, for example, a string on a guitar. When a guitar string is plucked, it vibrates at a certain frequency. When the tension on the string is increased by twisting the ...

I am in class $9^{th}$, I'm reading my physics book in which it is written that: $$\mathrm{Relative\ Density} = \frac{\mathrm{Weight\ of\ solid\ in\ air}}{\mathrm{Loss\ of\ weight\ of\ solid\ in\ ...

The center of a black hole is a singularity. By definition, a singularity has infinite density. So how can a black hole with a different mass or density be described?

Ordinarily, we assume that a gas expands to fill it's container, however, I've had the thought that at low enough densities, this may not be possible, because the force from pressure would not be ...

I am aware that at present the density parameter has a value very close to one. Does this parameter change over time, and if so how does that affect the fate of the universe, in terms of open/closed ...

I wish to explore a slight modification of a well known result found in several physics texts - Torricelli's Law of Efflux.
The most common problem on the above result has the following setup:
The ...

Let's say we have two spheres. One is twice as dense as the other but they have the same mass. Were you to stand on the surface of each would you experience any difference in gravitational force or ...

The below picture is of a aspirator pump. If we press the bulb at A the air in it with density $\sigma$ will flow out with velocity $V$. This would cause lower pressure at B and hence the liquid with ...

I'm puzzled over an equation used to predict the density of a perfect fluid.
I am using this equation for CFD modeling using OpenFOAM. It is used as an equation of state for the liquid in a gas-...

So this was a random thought I had that I thought would be fun to mess around with using an Arduino and some sensors, but after the difficulty I've had I'm just curious to see if it can be done at all....

I want to calculate the under water pressure, taking into account the compression of water. I derived a formula, but apparently the function has a vertical asymptote, meaning that the pressure ...

I'm aware that the difference in density with respect to height is low, but I'm in need of the values for a project: in which I explain that the continuity equation of fluid dynamics will work well ...

I'm musing about how to give students an intuitive feeling about density by letting them lift a same sized volume of different materials, e.g. 1 liter of water, a $10 {\times} 10 {\times} 10 \, \...

I can't find a correlation or equation for refractive index of water and sugar solution of known density. Do you know where to find it?

I know that light takes longer to travel in a denser material, like diamond and I know that black holes also attract light. I was wandering what would happen if you would make a ring out of diamond, ...

Considering a fluid with a certain known concentration of particles (eg: 40% per volume RBCs in blood plasma), how do I measure analytically the speed of sound in the medium and its density? i.e. ...

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