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how much would be the volume of ice formed by freezing 1 litre of water?

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A litre of water occupies 1000 cm3. The density of ice is about 0.92 times the density of water so it would occupy about 1000/0.92 ≈ 1087 cm3.

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1l = 1dm3 = 1000cm3

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A litre of water occupies 1000 cm3. The density of ice is about 0.92 times the density of water so it would occupy about 1000/0.92 ≈ 1087 cm3.

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Alan  Jan 29, 2015

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