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Wed December 26, 2012 By: Nitin Gupta
 

When doe a liquid become incompressible?

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Thu December 27, 2012

An incompressible liquid is the one whose volume doesn't vary even under the application of changing pressure. It cannot be compressed thus it is incompressible or it remains unaffected.

No change in volume means that the density is constant as well (mass being a constant always).

Constant density refers to homogeneity through it.

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