When cyclohexane is poured on water ,it floats. why? , Chemistry

Name: Cyclohexane
Formula: C6H12

Molar mass: 84.16 g/mol
Density: 779.00 kg/m³

As it''s density is less than that of water, it floats on water rather than sinking.

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