Does the Archimedean force act in zero gravity?

According to Archimedes’ law:
A buoyant force equal to the weight of the displaced fluid acts on a body immersed in a liquid, and is called the Archimedes force. In conditions of weightlessness, the weight of the displaced liquid is zero, which means that the Archimedes force is also equal to zero; in zero gravity, the Archimedes force does not act.

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