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Examples of natural changes in density?

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-When water is frozen it turns to ice and the density (weight) increases

- The density of a molten lava increases as it cools and hardens

- Also, sometimes the density of water in either state a solid or a liquid stays the same with water, when it's not really cold

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lava --> lava rock

water --> ice

Water --> water with solute

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pressure and density

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