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 How are density, mass&volume related?

Answer The relationship between density, mass, and volume is so natural that we often refer to them without even recognizing it. We use these three measurements for actions as simple as mailing a package.... Read More »
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Is density related to temperature?

Yes, the temperature of an ideal gas is inversely proportional to its density. This means that as a gas's density increases its temperature decreases or as a gas's density decreases its temperature... Read More »
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How is density related to buoyancy?

The amount of buoyancy an object has is equal to its density multiplied by the object's mass and then multiplied by the acceleration of gravity. This is known as Archimedes' principle.References:Ge... Read More »
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Are density and viscosity related?

Generally, as density goes up, so does viscosity. Viscosity is a function of several variables such as shear rate and temperature. The Missouri University link shows a "generic visocity" formula. T... Read More »
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Is density related to the atomic structure?

The density of an element is related to the atomic structure. Since the vast majority of an atom's mass comes from the combined mass of protons and neutrons, the more protons and neutrons packed in... Read More »
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