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As the temperature of the water decreases below 4 degrees Celsius, the density of the water will decrease increase remain the same
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anonymous
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As the temperature of the water decreases below 4 degrees Celsius, the density of the water will decrease. ***At 4°C (3.98 more precisely), just above freezing, water reaches its maximum density, and as water cools further toward its freezing point, [ the liquid water, under standard conditions, expands to become less dense. The physical reason for this is related to the crystal structure of
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