A full balloon contains more gas than an empty balloon (even an empty balloon contains a little air). Therefore a full balloon is heavier than an empty balloon (assuming the balloons are the same weight to begin with). However, if filled with a lighter-than-air gas, such as helium, the full balloon will defy gravity due to its increased buoyancy. The only other difference is that the skin of a full balloon will be stretched and will therefore be much thinner than the skin of an empty balloon. This stretching increases the pressure upon the gas contained therein, therefore the gas is compressed inside the balloon.
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fill is a verb (fill in the blanks) full is a adjective (You are full of ideas)
The difference between internal flush and full hole thread is that the roots of the full-hole tool joints are rounded, and the roots for the internal-flush joints are flat.
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The size of a plum when empty, but looks like an inflated balloon when full
Presumably one is empty while the other one is full.
It's half full when you are filling it up. It's half empty when you're emptying it out.
Take the second and the fourth full glass, and empty the contents into the second and fourth empty glass. Put the now-empty glasses back where they were. Now the glasses alternate between full, empty, full, empty, full, empty, full, empty, full, and empty.
Yes. Not sure on the exact weights (as it depends on size of tank and pressure of the gas) but you can tell a definite weight difference between an empty and full tank because the compressed air does have a weight
That would depend on whether the balloon was empty, full of air or full of water and as you have not told us which we can not help you. When asking questions please make them specific if you want us to help.
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The glass is actually full. Full of half air and half water. As for the water content, technically, there is no difference, except as it pertains to the process of filling or emptying, i.e. if it was filled and you drank some, it is half-empty; if it was empty and being filled, it is half-full.
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You could put a flexible bladder (balloon) filled with helium in it. The classic answer to this old question is: Fill it full of holes.
Full-Empty was created in 1994.
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