How Would a More Dense Substance Look Different from a Less Dense Substance at the Atomic Level?


Density is a number that represents how many units of something are contained in a certain amount of space. Therefore, a more dense substance would have more atoms in the same amount of volume than a less dense substance.
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1) it increases. 2) it increases. 3) it stays the same. 4) if is more dense or less dense than the other substance - if it is more dense it will float, if it is less dense it won't.
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