In this episode of Science Theater Dr. Carlson helps you understand the concept behind Density and how it relates to Mass and volume and how to calculate the Density of a substance if its Mass and Volume are known. The Density of various metals is demonstrated using aluminum, tin, zinc, lead and copper of the same mass but different sizes. The easiest way to measure the density of a substance is also mentioned. Next, Dr. Carlson measures his own density using a scale and a bathtub.
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