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To do the Density experiment, which liquids would be appropriate?
 A Oil, Milk, Sprite B Water, Soda, Malta C Water, oil, honey D Bleach, Water, Vinegar
Explanation:

Detailed explanation-1: -This happens because each of the three liquid have different densities. The oil, which has the least density, floats on the water, but the honey-which has the maximum density, settles at the bottom.

Detailed explanation-2: -That fluid is the honey, being the densest liquid of the group that were analyzed. The water is the second denser liquid analyzed, being heavier than the olive-oil and ethyl alcohol, and lighter than the honey. Not surprisingly, the olive-oil floats in water, having a less density than it.

Detailed explanation-3: -To make a density column with more layers like the one above, you need lots of different liquids of different densities. We used: honey, golden syrup ( or corn syrup ), washing up liquid ( dish soap ), water and food colouring, and vegetable oil, in that order.

Detailed explanation-4: -honey 1 360 kg / m3. Sugar Syrup 1 320 kg / m3. Dishwashing Liquid 1 120 kg / m3. Water 1 000 kg / m3.

Detailed explanation-5: -The liquids do not mix, but separate into layers. The oil floats on the honey; the water sinks underneath the oil, but floats on the honey. Each of the four liquids has a different density, which is a way to describe substances based on much mass they have in a certain amount of space they take up, the volume.

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