- Which has more density one gram of cotton or 1 gram of iron?
- Which is heavier 100kg cotton or 100 kg iron?
- Which is heavier 1kg cotton or 1kg Pebbles?
- What weighs more a kilo of feathers or a kilo of bricks?
- Which is heavier water or oil?
- Which has more mass 1 kg of water or 1kg of air?
- Which is heavier 1 kg of steel?
- Which is heavier cotton or stone?
- What is the price of steel per kg in India?
- Who is mass?
- Which is heavier a pound of iron or a pound of cotton?
- Which is heavier a kilogram of stones or a kilogram of cotton?
- Is water heavier than rice?
- Which is more dense 1kg cotton or 1kg sand Why?

## Which has more density one gram of cotton or 1 gram of iron?

Answer.

Answer: Density of one gram of iron is more than the density of cotton.

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Density is defined as the ratio of mass and volume of an object..

## Which is heavier 100kg cotton or 100 kg iron?

You have a bag of cotton and an iron bar, each indicating a mass of 100 kg when measured of a weighing machine. … Since 100 kg = 100 kg, both are equally heavier. 100kg cotton will be more heavier than 100kg iron …

## Which is heavier 1kg cotton or 1kg Pebbles?

Dear student, Since both cotton and pebbles are of equal mass i.e 1kg, so they both weigh same. so, both 1 kg cotton and 1kg pebbles are of same weight.

## What weighs more a kilo of feathers or a kilo of bricks?

However, if you compare their weight (expressed in Newton) in ambient air, the buoyancy effect of the air should be stronger on the feathers than on the bricks, so the kilogram of feathers would weigh slightly less than a kilogram of bricks.

## Which is heavier water or oil?

That’s called density, and it is heavier. Water molecules are only attracted to water molecules. Oil molecules are only attracted to other oil molecules. Water is more dense (heavier) than oil so they can’t mix.

## Which has more mass 1 kg of water or 1kg of air?

They are equal in mass, (if measured under equal conditions). If the weights are the same, the masses will be the same. Both have the same mass The difference is that the volume of water will be more as compared to that of air because the density of air is more than that of water.

## Which is heavier 1 kg of steel?

Steel is denser and thicker which leads to the fact that we believe it to be heavier due to the nature of the material. Notwithstanding, if we were to compare a small piece of steel that weighs 1 kg to 1 large bag of feathers that also weighs 1 kg, the answer is: “Yes! They are equal in weights”.

## Which is heavier cotton or stone?

Both weigh exactly the same: one pound. However, the stone is more DENSE* meaning the volume of 1lb of stone is much less than the volume of 1lb of cotton.

## What is the price of steel per kg in India?

Stainless steel grades price comparisonSS GradePrice per kg in India (INR)Stainless Steel 317/LRs 230/KilogramStainless Steel 347Rs 255/KilogramStainless Steel 347HRs 260/KilogramStainless Steel 410Rs 355/Kilogram9 more rows

## Who is mass?

Mass is both a property of a physical body and a measure of its resistance to acceleration (a change in its state of motion) when a net force is applied. An object’s mass also determines the strength of its gravitational attraction to other bodies. The basic SI unit of mass is the kilogram (kg).

## Which is heavier a pound of iron or a pound of cotton?

If the materials are weighed per American law, the answer is the pound of cotton. Gold and other precious metals are required legally to be weighed using the Troy system of weights.

## Which is heavier a kilogram of stones or a kilogram of cotton?

A simple answer is, both are same weight. Because, a kg of cotton= a kg of stone.

## Is water heavier than rice?

tl;dr less rice, more water = same weight, less calories. It doesn’t. The cooked rice is just heavier because it absorbs a lot of water.

## Which is more dense 1kg cotton or 1kg sand Why?

One kg sand is more denser than 1 kg cotton because density = mass / volume . The volume required by cotton is more than the sand and density and volume are inversely proportional.