Question #60360

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Dec 23, 2017

Answer:

The maximum density of water occurs at #4^oC# which is 1.000 #g/(cm^3)#.

Explanation:

The following density trend illustrates the maximum density of water to be 1.000#g/(cm^3)# at #4^oC#. Temperatures above or below #4^oC# will be less than 1.000# g/(cm^3)# .

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