Three bodies of the same volume are immersed in three different liquids. The first liquid is oil, the second is water, and the third is mercury. In what fluid does a large Archimedean force act on bodies?
The Archimedean force is a force acting on a body immersed in a liquid or gas, opposite to the force of gravity, that is, it is the force of pushing the body out of this environment. The magnitude of the Archimedean force directly depends on the density in which the body was placed: the larger it is, the more force the liquid will push the body out. Since the density of mercury is 13,540 kg / m3, and water and oil are respectively 1000 kg / m3 and
930 kg / m body (in this case, the same)
Answer In the third
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