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Archimedes’ principle with gasses

Archimedes’ principle with gasses

Is there a difference between the weight of a plastic bottle filled with air and the weight of a crushed one?




law, Archimedes, gas, thermodynamics, physical, air, measurement, experiment, density, lift, scale, mass, physics

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