What is the density of water?

1 Answer
Aug 26, 2016

Answer:

At 0 degrees Celsius density of water is 999.8 kg/cubic meter

Explanation:

Being in liquid form water has a density of 998.8 kg per cubic meter at 0 degrees Celsius. It means water is less denser (the same mass occupies more volume) at zero degrees Celsius than water at 4 degrees Celsius.

At 8 degrees Celsius, it has a density of 999.88 kg per cubic meter. Water at 4 degrees Celsius is denser than water at 8 degrees Celsius.

Reference: http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/water-thermal-properties-d_162.html