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what is anomalous expansion of water?

what is anomalous expansion of water?

Posted in Physics, asked by Furqan Ali, 6 years ago. 2065 hits.


Anomalous expansion of water is the super cooling of water. This term commonly refers to the process water goes through when it is cooled quickly into ice. Water expands when it cools.

The unusual behaviour of water, when it expands below 4° celcius to 0° is called anomalous expansion of water.

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