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nargesh
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if we have cylinder full of water on a scale the we heat it, does the scale show any difference in weight of cylinder? water don't evaporate.
The weight of the cylinder full of water will be greater than the weight of the empty cylinder. This is because the water adds additional mass to the cylinder, increasing its weight.
The water level in the cylinder affects the weight on the scale because the weight of the water is added to the weight of the cylinder. This is due to the force of gravity acting on the mass of the water, which is then measured by the scale.
Yes, the weight on the scale will change if the cylinder is filled with a different liquid. This is because different liquids have different densities, which will affect the weight of the cylinder when placed on the scale.
The weight on the scale will decrease as the water in the cylinder evaporates. This is because the water is no longer adding additional mass to the cylinder, resulting in a decrease in weight on the scale.
The temperature of the water in the cylinder does not affect the weight on the scale. This is because the weight of an object is determined by its mass, not its temperature. However, the density of water does change slightly with temperature, so there may be a small change in weight due to this factor.