I think that salty ice cube do float in water because ice bergs float it water and they're made of salty water.
i think i depends on the density (Amount of salt) in the ice
Ice cubes do float on water.
For an object to float, it needs to be less dense than the water/liquid that it is in. Salt is less dense than water. Therefore, when you put a salty-ice cube into water, it will be more buoyant than a fresh water ice cube because it is less dense.
Ice cubes are less dense than water.
They shouldn't, ice cubes should float if they are only ice (water).
They float, as ice is less dense than water.
Yes. It'll float better (higher) in the salty water than it does in fresh water.
Because ice cubes are less dense than water.
No, water is more dense than ice cubes. That's why ice cubes always float.
ice floats on salty water because it is less dense than the salt water
Ice is less dense than water, so ice will float.
Ice is less dense than water and will float on water.
No. Liquid water is more dense. This is why ice cubes float on liquid water.
They don't, ice cubes float in water. Unlike most substances the solid form of water is less dense than its liquid form causing it to float.
Yes. Ice cubes are less dense than oil and so they will float. But once they melt, oil will float as water (the melted ice) is more dense than oil.
Ice Cubes do float! This is because the density of ice is less than the density of liquid water.
Yes. That's why ice cubes float in water.
Because ice is lighter than water
ICE ... Think of a glass of water with ice cubes in it. They float! Water actually expands when it is frozen, making it less dense.
Ice has a lower density than liquid water- apex
Ice has a density of about 0.9 and water a density of 1.0 (by definition) Ice floats in water with about 10% of it's volume above the surface of the liquid. One example of ice cubes floating are icebergs
ice cubes, iceburgs. do they float or sink and that might answer your question
Hot, salty water. If you put an ice cube into a boiling pot of salt water, it won't last long.