# Water

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If water followed the typical scheme of density for its liquid, gas, and solid forms, how would the Earth be different?

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rahul46
School: University of Virginia

QUESTION:
If water followed
the typical scheme of density for its liquid, gas, and solid forms,
how would the Earth be different?

ANSWER:

In our Earth, water
in liquid form is denser followed by ice and water vapour.

Density of water in
liquid = 1000kg/m3 at 4 0 C temperature
Density of water in
ice = 916.8 kg/m3Density of water in
gas = almost 1 kg/m3

If water followed
the typical scheme of density...

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