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Less dense. For most substances, the solid form is more dense than the liquid form; water is a notable exception.

Less dense. For most substances, the solid form is more dense than the liquid form; water is a notable exception.

Less dense. For most substances, the solid form is more dense than the liquid form; water is a notable exception.

Less dense. For most substances, the solid form is more dense than the liquid form; water is a notable exception.

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Ice is less dense than water at the same pressure. That is why ice cubes and icebergs float on the water.

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Is a ice cube more or less dense than liquid water?

Ice cubes are less dense than liquid water, which is why they float.


Is an ice cube more dense than liquid water?

Slightly less dense. Put an ice cube in water ; it floats. It Does NOT sink.


When a ice cube floats i water they are less what?

Less dense


Does adding water to a liquid make it less dense?

That depends on the specific situation. Assuming the liquids just mix, and don't have some other reaction: * Adding water to a liquid that is denser than water will result in a liquid that is less dense (than the liquid that is not water). * Adding water to a liquid that is less dense than water will result in a liquid that is more dense.


Is Liquid water less dense or more dense?

Liquid water is more dense than both ice and steam.


Is liquid water less dense than ice cubes?

No. Liquid water is more dense. This is why ice cubes float on liquid water.


Is a ice cube solid or liquid?

solid with hydrogen bonds making it less dense than its liquid form


Why ice cube floats on water?

Ice is less dense than water.


What is a way to see that ice is less dense then liquid water?

Put ice cubes in a glass of water. They will float, indicating that they are less dense than liquid water.


The tendency of a less dense substance to float in a more dense liquid is called what?

The tendency of a less dense substance to float in a more dense liquid is called buoyancy. Acids are substances that form hydronium ions when dissolved in water.


Is ice cube gas or liquid or solid?

solid with hydrogen bonds making it less dense than its liquid form


Is a ice cube a liquid solid gas?

solid with hydrogen bonds making it less dense than its liquid form