@bjarteaga9 asked 11 months ago.

The term used to describe how much heavier urine is than distilled water is __________ gravity?

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@logic answered 9 months ago.

The term used to describe how much heavier urine is than distilled water is specific gravity, which is basically the ratio of the density of a solution to the density of a reference solution.

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@jgbecher6 answered 11 months ago.

The term used to describe how much heavier urine is than distilled water is specific gravity, which is basically the ratio of the density of a solution to the density of a reference solution.
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@mrfindfix answered 11 months ago.

SpecificHowever, specific gravity is to describe the "weight" of any fluid, such as battery acid.
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