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Ice's density is lesser than water so it floats on water.
Ice has a density of 0.917 g/cm³ while water has a density of 2.17 g/cm³ so ice floats on water.
The water displaced by ice when it is dispersed in water, it displaces water lesser than its weight hence, it floats.

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because ice have less density than water as it has higher volume when compared to water
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yes you both r rite
ice has got less density than water...
Speaking in terms of physics due to water's property of anomalous expansion of water ,until 4 degree water becomes denser and denser but if the temperature is less than 4 degree Celsius than water starts to loose it's density....and as temperature decreases the molecules start to move apart from each other forming a less dense water molecule. Thus ice floats on water..
2014-07-11T22:49:01+05:30
Ice has got less density than water...
Speaking in terms of physics due to water's property of anamoulous expansion of water ,until 4 degreeccelius water becomes denser and denser but if the temoearture is less than 4 degree celcius than water starts to loose it's density....and as temperature decreases the molecules start to move apart from eachother forming a less dense water molecule. Thus ice floats on water..
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