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Specific gravity

Specific gravity

A measure of concentration. It is the weight of a substance, as compared (as a ratio) with that of an equal volume of water.We have specific gravity of water i.e. about 1.


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... a knuckle bone! Your ear bone guess seems better- from a whale. Testing specific gravity might help.

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