What Is the Density of Apple Juice?

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Apple juice is a healthy juice to drink that has a high amount of natural phenols which is noted to help with Alzheimer's. Even though apple juice does contain a high amount of sugar it still offers health benefits. The density of apple juice is 1.043739 g/ml @ 20C.
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Nothing grows in apple juice, not even mold. You can't use it to water plants, either!
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OJ without pulp: approximately 1.048kg/Lt.
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