Which has a higher density, 5g of water or 5000 g of water?

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  • 8 months ago

    Not enough info.

    Is the water horizontal or in a vertical column and getting compressed?

    Are they the same temperature? Temp really affects density.

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  • 8 months ago

    Their density would be the same if their depth were the same. If the 5000g is stored in a tall column, the water at the bottom will be slightly compressed, so the 5000g would have an average density a tiny bit greater than that of the 5g. As an example, the density of water in the Marianas Trench is about 5% greater than it would be at the surface, so you can see that the compression brought about by a foot or two of overlying water will be very, very tiny (but not zero).

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  • Retief
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    8 months ago

    Density has nothing to do with the amount of the material.

    5 g or 5,000 g or 5,000,000 g has the same density - 997 kg/m^3

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  • 8 months ago

    If they have the same temperature they have exactly the same density. Density is an intensive property.

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  • Petter
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    8 months ago

    If it's the same water, then the density is the same, no matter the weight.

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