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easyscienceforkids.com/all-about-sink-and-float

Will the bigger objects sink, while the smaller objects float? Place the objects on the water ... Some objects have molecules that are packed closely together. Others have molecules that are packed more loosely. This is density. Objects ... Answer: Salt water is denser than freshwater, so things do float better. Enjoyed the Easy ...

www.reference.com/science/objects-sink-others-float-a52f6327cf31000a

Whether an object sinks or floats depends on its density and the density of the liquid into which it is placed. If the object has a greater density than the liquid, ...

www.quora.com/Why-do-some-objects-float-on-the-water-and-others-sink

Because many materials have different density. The iron sinks when you put it in ... Why do strawberries float in water while the grapes sink?

scienceprimer.com/buoyancy

Why do some things float and others sink? The first thing that comes to mind for many people is that it depends on how heavy an object is. While an object's ...

www.coolkidfacts.com/sink-and-float-facts-for-kids

Sinking and Floating Facts Have you ever wondered about why some things ... Let's think for a minute about other large objects like a boat, or maybe even ... Some boats are massive, and would seem very dense, so how do they stay afloat ?

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Oct 28, 2014 ... Floating or sinking of an object does not depend on its weight, it depends upon its density. Things denser than water sink in water whereas ...

serc.carleton.edu/teacherprep/resources/activities/float-sink.html

May 7, 2007 ... This is an inquiry-based activity designed to introduce students to the concept of density by investigating why some objects float and some ...

www.homesciencetools.com/a/sink-and-float-science-projects

You probably already know that some things will float in water and some will not. ... Make a prediction about each object - do you think it will sink or float in the tub of ... If the molecules are farther away from each other, the object is less dense, ...

seaperch.org/how_things_float

Things float when they are positively buoyant, or less dense than the fluid in which ... The other requirement is that fluid has to have a measurable density. ... the buoyant force is equal to the gravitational force, so the body neither sinks nor floats. ... So Archimedes thought about this for some time, until one day while bathing, ...

www.education.vic.gov.au/school/teachers/teachingresources/discipline/science/continuum/Pages/floatsink.aspx

Apr 17, 2014 ... heavy objects sink and light objects float regardless of their size, shape or the ... all objects that float must contain some trapped air and that is the only reason ... Clarify and consolidate ideas for/by the communication to others.