Water is densest at 4oC.
The densest liquid at room temperature is Mercury which is 13.5 times heavier than water.
Water is densest as a liquid.
At 4 degrees celsius. or 39.2 fahrenheit.
salt water is densest
Water in the liquid form is more dense than ice or steam.
Because water is densest at 4C, so it will sink to the bottom of the ocean.
when rocks are thrown in it
The density of the water increases with the salinity, so saline water is denser and sinks to the bottom. Temperature is also a factor, however. Cold, saline water is the densest
Around four. 4 degrees C is actually 39.1 in Fahrenheit. It is also the densest point of water.
It depends of course on the temperature, at +4°C (when water is at its densest) 700 liters of water weighs 700 kilograms, slightly over 1543 pounds.
Liquid phase :)
About 4 degrees centgrade.
In the liquid phase, it is 4o C. seeing how water only expands as it becomes ice, i think 0 degrees celcius is the densest
Liquid water is the densest form.
When it is in it's liquid state of matter.
4 degrees celsius
by 'the law of non-compress ability of liquid' a liquid can neither be compressed nor be expanded. Between 3'C and 0'C water does expand with a decrease in temperature. Water at 3'C is the densest; water at 0'C is the lightest. This is the only interval for Ice I on which it expands with decreasing temperature.
troposphere has more water vapour
Cold water It is densest at 4 degrees Celsius.