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Why do different liquids have different densities?


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Density:

  1. Density is defined as the mass per unit volume of a material substance.
  2. Because the molecular structure of the atom determines the density of a liquid, various liquids will have varying densities. In addition, there's the matter of the spacing between these atoms.
  3. As a result, the density of the liquid is determined by its molecular structure.
  4. So, Depending on the mass of these atoms, their size, and the way they are arranged, different liquids will have different densities
  5. Hydrogen, for example, has a lower density than liquid iron.

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