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Relative Density Of Water

The relative density of water is shown in the table below.Also refer to the relative density of soil for more inforamtion on civil engineering tests.

The density varies with temperature and we take the value equal to 1 at a standard temperature of 4oC. The value of density of water changes as the temperature increases and this can be taken directly from the table in various tests like

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The Specific Gravity Of Soil Test and so on.

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6 comments on "Relative Density Of Water"

ericj says:

what is the relative density of kerosine

aloysius says:

what is the relative density of water and kerosene?

bejoy says:

what is the relative density of water and kerosene?

smith says:

wass d reltive density of water n petrl

edna says:

Amixture of two liquids of equal volume is made, the one has a relative density of 0.716 and the other 1, 000.498 . What will the weight of 2,964.931.liter

edna says:

relation between relative density and weight

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