Does the buoyant force act in liquid only or in all the states?

Objects of equal volumes, regardless of their masses, feel equal buoyant forces when submerged in the same type of fluid. If an object is submerged, it displaces its total volume of fluid. The buoyant force on each object is the same because of identical pressure environments and equal water displacement. Buoyant Force is directly proportional to the density of the fluid.

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