If the mass of a solid stays constant, how does it affect the density of the solid?

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My question is when a solid is warmed, and the mass remains constant, how does this affect the density?

Apr 13th, 2015

Almost all solids expand on heating and their volume increases. Since the density d = m/V, the increase in volume means that the density decreases.

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