How do you define specific gravity? What is its significance?
Specific Gravity (SG) is a dimensionless representation of density of a substance, and is a good indicator of whether an object will float or sink in water. It is defined as ratio of the density of a substance to the maximum density of water. It so happens that this maximum density of water is equal to 1000 kg /m^3 at 4 degC.
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