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# How does melting of 1 kg of water at 0 degrees Celsius?

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###### Asked in Chemistry, Proofs

### What is the density of pure water at 4 degrees celsius?

Density rho = mass / Volume.
Water has a density of 1,000 kg/m3 = 1,000 g/L = 1.000 kg/dm3 =
1.000 kg/L = 1.000 g/cm3 = 1.000 g/mL at the temperatur of 3.98
degrees Celsius.
Temperature in degrees Celsius
and the density of water:
1 ................. 999,90
2 ................. 999,94
3 ................. 999,96
4 ................. 999,97
5 ................. 999,96
6 ................. 999,94
7 ................. 999,90
You see the highest density is only at 4 degrees Celsius.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Units of Measure, Chemistry

### What is the density of water kg per liter?

It depends on the temperature of the water. At 4 degrees Celsius
fresh water has a density of 0.99997 kilograms per litre. At 100
degrees Celsius fresh water has a density of 0.9974 kilograms per
litre. Water has a roughly a density of 1000 kg/m3 =
1000 g/L = 1.000 kg/dm3 = 1.000 kg/L =
1.000 g/cm3 = 1.000 g/mL.

###### Asked in Science

### What is the effects of temperature on the density of water?

Density rho = mass / Volume.
Water has a density of 1,000 kg/m3 = 1,000 g/L = 1.000 kg/dm3 =
1.000 kg/L = 1.000 g/cm3 = 1.000 g/mL at the temperatur of 3.98
degrees Celsius.
Temperature in degrees Celsius
and the density of water:
1 ................. 999,90
2 ................. 999,94
3 ................. 999,96
4 ................. 999,97
5 ................. 999,96
6 ................. 999,94
7 ................. 999,90
You see the highest density is only at 4 degrees Celsius.

###### Asked in Science, Botany or Plant Biology

### What is special about water and density?

Density rho = mass / Volume. Water has a density of 1,000 kg/m3
= 1,000 g/L = 1.000 kg/dm3 = 1.000 kg/L = 1.000 g/cm3 = 1.000 g/mL
at the temperatur of 3.98 degrees Celsius. Temperature in degrees
Celsius and the density of water: 1 999,90
2 999,94
3 999,96
4 999,97
5 999,96
6 999,94
7 999,90 You see the highest number at 4 degrees Celsius.

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### What is the weight diffrence between a gallon of frozen water and a gallon water?

By frozen water, I guess that you meant water at 0 degrees
Celsius, compared with water at the room temperature of 25 degrees
Celsius. The densities are 999.8395 kg/m^3 and 997.0479 kg/m^3, at
0 and 25 degrees C, respectively. In the US, one gallon is
equivalent to 231 in^3, or 3.79 L, or 3.79E-3 m^3. The weight
difference = (999.8395-997.0479)*3.79E-3 kg = 0.0106 kg = 0.023
lb.