2B40.20 - Archimedes Principle - Buoyancy of Heavier Mass
To demonstrate Archimedes Principle showing a small amount of water can apply a large enough buoyancy force to float a heavier mass object than the mass of the water used.
Fill a 250 mL beaker with the white cylindrical mass and water until it floats. Remove the cylinder and weigh the water compared to the cylinder. Dye the water used to make it easier to see when viewed from a camera.