|Mar8-12, 04:30 PM||#1|
Question on different densities and their speed to equilibrium?
Let's say that I have a liquid of 1 g/cm³ and release it from the bottom of a 1 metre container, which is full of a liquid which has a density of 2 g/cm³.
Is there a way to calculate how long it will take for the less dense liquid to reach the top, and the speed (or acceleration) at which it travels?
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