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What happens when water change to ice?

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2012-10-27 00:31:20
2012-10-27 00:31:20

In ice, each molecule of water is hydrogen bonded to four other water molecules, forming a hexagonal crystal lattice. This structure causes the ice to increase in volume and become less dense when it freezes.

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