Crime scene chemistry

posted by Allison

What would happen to the denisty of a plastic sample if an excessive number of air bubbles were allowed to accumulate on the plastic surface when placed into the solution?

  1. DrBob222

    Is that density? If so, then you would expect the density of the plastic to decrease.

  2. george

    we don't know.

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