| Ervin Sidney Ferry - Physics - 1903 - 331 pages
...that the density of the specimen, m S m ir \VS _ 1= ir_ir == w— w ' CD since ir = S g and W = in q. **Since specific gravity is defined as the ratio of the density of** a body to the maximum density of water WI SP- Gr- = (WW')i, (2) where p2 represents the maximum density... | |
| Ervin Sidney Ferry - Physics - 1908
...follows, if m denotes the mass of the specimen, that the density of the specimen is .m_ mw £ a p, **Since specific gravity is defined as the ratio of...the substance in question to the maximum density,** S, of water, When the body is lighter than the liquid in which it is to be immersed, a sinker is attached.... | |
| Robert S. Brodkey, Harry C. Hershey - Transport theory - 1988 - 412 pages
...of the concentration as found in Example 1.1, is now calculated from Eq. (i): = 1.185 kg m-3 (iii) **Specific gravity is defined as the ratio of the density of the** material to the density of water. Taking the density of water as 1gcm-3 or 1000 kg m~3, the density... | |
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