# What is the gravity of water?

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The specific gravity for water is 1. However, when the temperature of water increases, the gravity gradually lowers. At 0°C (32°F), gravity is 1. At 100°C (212°F), the specific gravity of water is 0.958. At 300°C (approx. 580°F), it is 0.7.
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# How much water pressure can you get with gravity?

Answer . Depends on the height. You gain approximately 0.4 psi for every foot of elevation; so at 10 foot elevation you will have ~4 psi.

# Is there gravity in water?

The effect of gravity is what makes objects that are more dense (mass per unit of volume) than water, like rocks, sink to the bottom. Objects that have less density than water

# Why is there no gravity in water when you swim?

It has to do with the law of buoyancy. Keep in mind that not all people are as buoyant as others and sink like rocks. See the related link for more information.

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# Does gravity affect water?

Yes. Water falls just like everything else with mass does. Ifgravity did not affect water, it would be difficult to pour.

# What is the purpose of gravity free water?

how does the gravity free water stay inside the cup

# Does a water table require gravity?

Everything needs gravity, everything is affected by it :P

# Is gravity 9.8 under water?

I suspect you mean the gravitational acceleration constant which is about 9.81 m/s^2. This value is actually only valid at Earth's surface (and it also varies from place to pl

# Why specific gravity of water is 1?

That is how specific gravity is defined.

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# Why is there gravity on earth but there is no gravity in the water?

The reason why is because of air. Air is just made up of atoms and gravity works on holding down mass and air has no mass. Where water is a liquid and has mass so gravity hold

# Does water has gravity?

Because of gravity, anything with mass is attracted to everything else with mass.
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# Is their gravity in water?

There is gravity everywhere.
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# What is the comparison of water and gravity?

Water seems to be related to gravity in the same way that paper is related to wind.
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# What is the relationship between gravity and water?

Water uses gravity to flow in streams, waterfalls,and rivers.
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# What do water wind and gravity do to rock?

WATER can dissolve chalk and limestone, rock-salt and gypsum. It can hydrolyse other rock-forming minerals such as the feldspar in granite, although very slowly. Water in cr
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# Does gravity pull water up?

no, gravity will pull the water down.