If two objects are the same shape and have the same dimensions, but one object has a bigger density, does that affect the buoyant force? Will the object with a bigger density have a greater buoyant force? They're both immersed in water. I say no because the buoyant force depends on the volume of fluid displaced and the density of the liquid. Since I don't know whether the objects are more or less dense than water, then the density of the objects wouldn't matter, right?