How high that strength level rises would vary in different comic books, but most classify Thor in the “Class-100” strength category, which means he can lift well over 100 tons without too much difficulty.
The Hulk: 11 million lb.
The fact that Supermans strength is eventually finite, means he cannot lift more than the Hulk. Hulks strength is technically infinite. This means that while their may be other beings who can match his strength, no one can exceed it.
Hold together the teronic plates of Sakaar in Planet Hulk - 6.580 sextillion tons approx. Holds the weight of a star on his back (and actually stands up!) in Infinity #6 - about 330,000 times the weight of the planet earth!
The Hulk can lift about 100 tons under normal conditions. However the angrier he becomes his strength increases so he is capable of lifting an unlimited number of tons. Therefore, the Hulk can lift a number of tons anywhere from 100 to infinity.
1 Godzilla Couldn't Beat: The Hulk Hulk wins against his much bigger opponent because of his potential strength levels. The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets and his strength has the potential to be infinite. It would only be a matter of time before he scored a big knockout punch against Godzilla.
Hulk will win against king kong, because hulk has unlimited strength, durability, endurance, and healing.
It's obvious, then that butter is a gel, not an emulsion. Butter is an emulsion of water-in-oil: the fat content is so high that it forms a continuous process from which droplets of water are distributed.
physical changeWhen you first apply heat to a solid substance like butter, it melts into a liquid. This is a physical change. You can prove that this is a physical change because if you put the melted butter back in the fridge, it changes back to solid butter.