Q: What is the density of water at 23.5 celsius?

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Density of ice=0.9167 g/cm cubed Density of water=1.0 g/cm cubed

At 22 degrees Celsius the density of fresh water is 997.77 kilograms per cubic metre (kg/m3) or 0.99777 g/cm3. The SI unit for density is kilograms per cubic metre (kg/m3. Water has roughly a density of 1000 kg/m3.

Water has curious thermal properties. It contracts (gets denser) as it cools down just like other materials. However, at 4 degrees Celsius, it reaches the maximum density of 1 and then starts expanding if it is further cooled. Ice formed at zero degree Celsius is actually less dense than water and floats on it.

That's the point of maximum 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 density is only at 4 degrees Celsius.

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Density of ice at 0 degrees Celsius is 916.8 grams per cubic centimeter or milliliter. The density of fresh water is dependant on the temperature: At 3.98 degrees Celsius the density is 0.999975 grams per milliliter. At 100 degrees Celsius the density is 0.958.35 grams per milliliter.

The density of water at 36 0C is 0,99367 g/cm3.

Yes, fresh water of 10 degrees Celsius has a density of 999.728 kilograms per cubic meter. Seawater of 10 degrees Celsius and of 3.5 % salinity has a density of 1026.978 kilograms per cubic meter.

5 degrees Celsius

It is 3.98 degrees Celsius.

0.9970479 g/mL

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