Is ice more dense that water?
No. That's why water doesn't float on top of ice.
Ice water is more dense than warm water.
ice Additional answer Sorry, but the water is more dense than the ice! That's why the ice floats.
Ice is less dense than water
yes liquid water is more dense than ice water
No ice is not more dense than water It is actually less dense That is why it floats
Dry ice is more dense than water.
Water is more dense than ice i know this because ice floats in the water giving an example of the buoncey theory.
Water is more dense.
Water is more dense than ice because it's molecules are closer together.
Ice is always less dense than water. The fact that it's wedging does not alter that.
Liquid water is more dense than both ice and steam.
No, ice floats on water because it is less dense than water (not more). This happens because when ice melts, the framework collapses, and the water molecules pack closer together, making liquid water more dense.
A beaker has ice and water if ice melts what will happen to water levelwhich is more dense water or ice?
Water is more dense than ice. That's why ice floats in water. As the ice melts, the water level rises, but it never gets as high as the highest peak of the floating ice was.
Water is marginally more dense than ice, hence ice floats on water
No. Liquid water is more dense. This is why ice cubes float on liquid water.
Ice is less dense than water because the particles of the solid (ice) is more spread out while the water particles are as close as they can get.
No, water is more dense than ice cubes. That's why ice cubes always float.
If water froze (ice), then it would be less dense than the water itself.
Water is most dense at +4 Celsius. This is why lakes do not freeze to the bottom at winter. Solid ice is less dense than water.
Water gets more dense as it cools, however water is special in the way it freezes. When water freezes into a solid it becomes less dense than water as a liquid, which is why ice floats. This is due to the arrangement of the water molecules in ice.
Ice is cold water lol Ice I think
Ice is less dense than water at the same pressure. That is why ice cubes and icebergs float on the water.
No. It is less dense.
Ice cubes are less dense than liquid water, which is why they float.
Ice is less dense than liquid water. This is why ice floats on top of water. This is a property unique to water. For all other substances, the solid phase is more dense than the liquid and will sink in the liquid.
Ice is less dense than water so it floats. ex. ice is more dense than ethanol so it sinks.
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.
The structure of frozen water (ice) is less dense than the random arrangement of the water molecules in liquid water, thus ice floats because water becomes less dense when it is frozen. Because of buoyancy forces, an object placed in a liquid will float if it is less dense than the liquid and sink if it is more dense.
It is because water is more dense than ice.
Water is one of a very few substances that is more dense as a liquid near its freezing point than as a solid near its melting point.
molecules from ice is more dense than water
No. Ice takes more space than water, so the same volume of ice and water will be less heavy.
ice is always more dense then water if you put water in a glass and freeze it it will expand and crack the glass hope you found this helpful. Additional answer. Sorry, but ice is never denser than water. Water does expand and may crack a glass when you freeze it, but the expansion means it ends up less dense, not more.
because ice floats on water
It becomes less dense. Ice will float on water
Liquid water at about 4 degrees Celsius is more dense that ice. That is why ice floats. But I haven't seen any density tables for really cold ice --- perhaps at -250 Celsius the water would be more dense.
Ice = Frozen Water Because ice is less dense than water. Whether or not an object floats in water depends SOLELY on whether or not it is denser or less dense than water. (I learned this in AP Physics) Ice is kinda strange. Usually, when an object becomes a solid, it becomes more dense than its liquid form. However, When water is frozen, the ice becomes LESS dense than water due to a special chemical… Read More
First of all... ice floats in water.
Yes, solid water (ice) is more dense than liquid water. This is what makes ice cubes float to the top of a glass.
It is still H2O, only the particles are much more dense. I disagree, If ice were LESS dense than water, it wouldn't burst pipes when the water freezes. For those needing further proof, ice floats on water, so it has to be less dense.
The ability for something to float on another substance is related to the density and since ice is LESS dense than water it would float on top of water, not water on top of ice. In other words, water is more dense than ice and thus no.
No, water as a liquid is more denser than solid (Ice), due to this ice floats on water surface.
The tendency of a less dense substance to float in a more dense liquid is called buoyancy. Ice floats in water because it is less dense than water.
the water weighs more, ice is an 'expanded form of water- because it is less dense there is more space between the molecules and therefore lighter
Technically it's neither true nor false without additional information (we would need to know the temperature and pressure). However, for "ordinary" conditions that you might find on or near the surface of the Earth, ice (solid water) is less dense than water (liquid water).
No, less dense. That's why ice cubes and bergs float.
Water is more dense the colder it becomes. That means cold water is more dense than hot water. Water reaches its maximum density at a temperature of just under 4 °C. After that, its density increases slightly as it cools and then changes state into a solid (ice). This, by the way, explains why ice floats in water.
They weigh the same per mole, but ice is less dense.
Liquid water is denser because when water freezes, the water particles spread out as they solidify. This means that the same amount of particles take up more space, causing the density to decrease. Ice is less dense also because ice cubes float on liquid water. Less dense things float on more dense things.