When 5.0 mL each of vegetable oil, water, and kerosene are put into a large test tube, they form three layers, (a) List the three liquids in order of increasing density (smallest density first, largest density last) (b) If an additional 5.0 mL of vegetable oil is poured into the test tube, what will happen? Describe the appearance of the tube. (c) If 5.0 mL of kerosene is added to the teat tube with the 5.0 mL of vegetable oil in part (b), will there be a permanent change in the order of liquids from top to bottom of the tube? Why or why not.

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When 5.0 mL each of vegetable oil, water, and kerosene are put into a large test tube, they form three layers,

(a) List the three liquids in order of increasing density (smallest density first, largest density last)

(b) If an additional 5.0 mL of vegetable oil is poured into the test tube, what will happen? Describe the appearance of the tube.

(c) If 5.0 mL of kerosene is added to the teat tube with the 5.0 mL of vegetable oil in part (b), will there be a permanent change in the order of liquids from top to bottom of the tube? Why or why not.

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