Why does ice float on water? I know it is less denser, but it is only made of water, so how is it less denser than water?

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When water is condensed its density decreases.The density of ice is 0.917 g/cm³ whereas the density of water is 1.02 g/cm³.So ice floats on water.
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Ice have less mass per unit volume , and it is less dense then the water because when water solidify it becomes lighter , after solidifiying it becomes 9% less denser then its liquid state , and also ice freezes from top to botom  that is why if we put water in ice tray to solidify it first freeze on the top , to test this after 15 minutes take the tray out and press it on center you will find that the top layer freezed but inside it there is still water .
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