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Weight Of Smell ?

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So how much does a smell weigh?

 

Think about it..

 

I'll post the answer later :D..

 

No its not a joke..

 

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Assalamu alaikum, I know the answer for this, but I don't know if you are looking for that answer. I was recently helping a girl with her Science Project and out of curiousity the girl and I did our own research and by chance came up with something similar.

 

Maybe I will just wait for someone to try.

 

Yes it's not a joke.

 

Assalamu alaikum, umAhmad.

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Come on guys think about this and reply.. its really neat!

 

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I have no idea :D

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I'll post the full answer later but the smells that make us say "eww" weigh more than the good smells..

 

umAhmed if you know the answer, post it here :D..

 

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is that because they 'eww' smells have heavier particles??? :D

 

TBH i have absolutely no idea! :D

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Assalamu Alaikum, This is one of the things the girl and I found when we were doing about Nose and Smell For the full details check the Source. Assalamu Alaikum, umAhmad.

 

Dear Bill,

 

Does smell weigh anything? (Bonus stinker: What is the speed of smell?)

 

Thanks,

Nosy

 

Yes, smells have weight, or mass. When you smell something, your nose is detecting a few, a very few, molecules floating around in the air. Think about that next time you wake up and smell the coffee, or walk into the hall and smell dinner in the kitchen, or walk into a bathroom and smell something else. These molecules have mass and thereby weight, albeit a tiny amount. The key to your sense of smell is that your olfactory faculties--your nose, taste buds, and brain--are so very sensitive. Just a few micrograms (millionths of the weight of, say, a mosquito) of gasoline or french-fry oil in the air, and we're in business detecting chemicals. We humans can distinguish about 10,000 different smells. And we do it in just a few milliseconds.

 

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lol something ive never thought about :D

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Asalmualakum

 

I was aware that it was becaus of molecules but I was not aware that so few paritcles could stimulate the nose.

 

Subanalla

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