Liquids Generally Have Lower Density As Compared To Solids. But You Must Have Observed That Ice Floats On Water. Find Out Why?

The volume of liquid is more than the volume of solid as the particles of liquids are packed freely and are free to move, thereby more volume. The density of ice is less than that of water. But in the case of ice (solid), the density of water is maximum at 4° C. Therefore; it floats on water.

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