## Which substance is more dense?

Notice that the solid (steel) is the most dense, the gas (air) is the least dense, and the density of the liquid (water) is in between….Density.

Substance Density in g/cm³
Air 0.0013

## How does specific gravity relate to density?

Density is defined as mass per unit volume. Specific gravity is the ratio of a material’s density with that of water at 4 °C (where it is most dense and is taken to have the value 999.974 kg m-3). It is therefore a relative quantity with no units.

## Is more dense on top or bottom?

The most dense liquids will be found on the bottom, the least dense liquid is on the top. See Table below. Any objects placed in the liquids will seek their own level depending upon the density. If an object has a density that is intermediate in value, the object will float between two layers.

## What is the least dense liquid on Earth?

Lowest density liquid in nature Self-binding of helium-3 in two dimensions. Quantum matter consisting of light particles can stay liquid or gaseous without solidifying even at absolute zero. Such matter is termed a quantum liquid or quantum gas

## What is the appearance of water when combined with vinegar?

Vinegar is a polar substance, and its molecules are attracted to water molecules (called “hydrophilic”). Therefore, it is able to be mixed with water. It does not technically dissolve; rather, it forms a homogenous solution with water.

## When separating alcohol and water Why is it boiled?

To separate alcohol from water fractional distillation technique. This technique is based on the difference in boiling points of the liquids. Alcohol and water have different boiling points. The boiling point of alcohol is less than that of water.

## What other mixtures can be separated by decantation?

A common example is decantation of oil and vinegar. When a mixture of the two liquids is allowed to settle, the oil will float on top of the water so the two components may be separated. Kerosene and water can also be separated using decantation. The two forms of decantation may be combined