In general, what happens to the density of a fluid as it becomes cooler?

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Oct 29, 2016

Answer:

Most fluids become more dense as they become cooler, except for water.

Explanation:

The density of most fluids will increase as they become cooler. They are most dense at their freezing point. Water, however, becomes less dense as it cools and is the least dense at #4^@"C"#.