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Similarly, the resulting buoyancy force will not overcome the weight of the body and it will sink. Although there are a number of other factors which must be considered during underwater weighing – for example, the amount of air remaining in the gastrointestinal tract and the residual volume left in the lungs after maximally exhaling during the submersion – the procedure is common practice in exercise and sport science. The above observation is known as the ‘principle of flotation’: A floating object will displace its own weight of fluid.
STOP AND THINK If an inflated balloon rose up from sea level to the height of Mount Everest, how would its size change? 16 physical states Charles’ law Charles’ law applies to volume and temperature, whilst pressure is held constant, and was formulated by Charles in 1787. 4. VαT .. .. .. .. .. 4) In practice, this relationship means that as the temperature increases so too will the number of collisions of the gas molecules, hence the volume will increase for a constant pressure. For example, a rugby ball which is inflated indoors and is then left outdoors in the warm sunshine will increase in volume as the temperature of the gas inside the bladder of the rugby ball swells.
This strong bonding is termed cohesion, which implies that there is an attraction of like molecules for one another. The cohesiveness of a liquid has implications for such concepts as surface tension and viscosity (defined as resistance to flow). Liquids, unlike solids, are able to move more freely and hence will take the shape of any container in which they are placed. The molecules within a liquid move more slowly than those of a gas. The molecules do, however, continue to vibrate and collide.
Analyse numerique matricielle by Amodei L., Dedieu J.-P.