Would the mass be the same in a sealed cup of water?
Too vague a question. If you mean, does sealing the cup change the mass, then no it does not change the mass of the water, though the sealing material would add its own mass to the total.
3 people found this useful
You hanve to weigh the paper cup and jote down the answer. Then put the certint amount of water in the cup and weigh again. Finaly you subtract the differents
Firstly, weigh the empty cup. Then weigh the cup with the water andsubtract the mass of the cup.
Answer . \nNeed more data to answer. Are you talking about the mass of an object, neither air nor water, being the same when in the air or in the water? Yes. Are you talki…ng about the total mass of all the air on earth compared to the total mass of all the water on earth? Definitely not.
The volume of a cup stays a cup. But the specific weight of your coffee will be slightly higher than pure water.
No . Oil is less dense than water. Therefore, equal volumes of water and oil will not have the same mass. You can prove this by weighing each. The cup of oil will weigh les…s.
The easiest method is to weigh the water ... weigh the cup empty and full and take the difference ... and then divide the weight by the acceleration of gravity. Since the ac…celeration of gravity is well known on Earth, that method is accurate and easy, but it wouldn't work in another place where you didn't already know the value of that quantity.
The clam in the salt water would not last very long. It needs tobe in it's original habitat of water. . +++ . The poor little animal would probably die of suffocation as itu…ses up the oxygen dissolved in the water. Also, if the brine is ahome-made mix, its strength would probably differ markedly fromthat of the clam's home sea-water, possibly affecting its abilityto absorb what little oxygen is available.
Which tools or tool would you use to measure nad compare the mass of a cup of fresh water and a cup of salt water?
The mass is extremely similar. Also note, different brands of whiskey would also have slightly different mass.
fill them with water and dump them into a standardized measuring device? seriously come on.
It depends because if you put a whole cup of water, then it depends how tall the cup is!
The answer will depend on how much water - a drop, a cupful, a bucketful, a whole lakeful or WHAT!
Numbers are not "same" unless their units are the same. The massand volume are two different units of measurement. However, in terms of SI units,1 gram is the mass of 1 millil…iter (volume) of water, and also of 1 cubic centimeter(volume) of water, because those units have been defined based on the mass and volume ofwater.
What would happen if you put 8 ounces of water into an eight-ounce glass cup with a sealed glass lid and started boiling the water?
As some of the water passed its temperature of vaporization andturned to steam, steam pressure inside the cup would steadily increase,and would eventually exceed the structura…l integrity of the cup, whereuponthe experiment would suddenly and catastrophically metamorphose into a dangerousmess.