Which Of The Three States Of Water Is Most Dense?


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Christopher Mabie Profile
The most dense state of water is as a liquid.  While most substances might be more dense in the solid state, that is not the case with water.  When water freezes, it expands and there are a bunch of air pockets; this makes it less dense as a solid than a liquid.
Atul Chhotray Profile
Atul Chhotray answered
The most dense state of water is the liquid state (near 4 degrees Celcius) unlike most substances which attain maximum density in their solid states. This is because of the ability of water molecules to form Hydrogen bonds.
joan saviour Profile
joan saviour answered
I think ice solid state
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Most dense state of water
Vincent Davis Profile
Vincent Davis answered
The three states of matter are liquid, solid and gas. The most dense molecular state is definitely a solid which is characterized by fixed volume and density. Solids appear as they do as result of a strong lattice energy with the molecules held tightly in place in the lattice.

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