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Yes it does, depending on the specific gravity of the liquid, and what makes the object "bouyant". I enquote this as a nitrogen blown wetsuit would not be bouyant in a Hydrogen atmosphere. I refer you to Archimedes on this one. [[User:Cjonb|Cjonb]] 00:27, 3 Jun 2008 (UTC)

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Q: Does an objects buoyant force change when put in different liquids?
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