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# Water is most dense at what Celsius?

Updated: 9/18/2023

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The maximum density for water occurs at 4 C.

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### Temperature at which water is most dense?

4 degrees Celsius.

### Water is most dense at what degree celsius?

Water has the greatest density at 4&ordm;C or 39.2&ordm;F

### Is water vapor the most dense form of water?

i have read water has maximum density at temprature of 4 degree celsius...so water vapour is not most dense form of water.

### Is ice water more dense than liquid water?

Water is most dense at +4 Celsius. This is why lakes do not freeze to the bottom at winter. Solid ice is less dense than water.

### What is less dense than water at 4 degrees Celsius?

Ice. It expands when it's 0 degrees Celsius.

### How does the density of the water change as a function of temperature?

It's at its most dense at 4 degrees Celsius. Below that it becomes less dense until it freezes and above 4 degrees Celsius it also gets progressively less dense (due to its expansion).

### When is h20 most dense?

ANSWER At 4 degrees Celsius. This is the temperature at which specific gravity is defined. Note that ice floats because it is less dense than the water it is in. Water is the only substance known which is less dense as a solid than as a liquid.

### What is most dense ice water or room temperature water?

when liquid water cools the molecules come closer together, water is most dense at 4 degrees Celsius and anything less there is vibrational movement and the hydrogen bonding are more rigid. at this point water expands as it freezes, meaning ice is more dense than water causing it to float.

### What is the most dense pure water at 1 degree Celsius pure water at 4 degrees or seawater?

Seawater, then pure @ 4 degrees C.

### What phase is water most dense in?

Water is most dense in the heat or hotness

### Which is most dense ice or water?

Water is more dense.

### How does the density of water change as a function of temperature?

Water is most dense at +4 deg centigrade. When it freezes it becomes lighter.