When all ice floating in water melts, what happens to the level of water in the container?
Asked by janasati | 19th Feb, 2009, 09:23: PM
When all ice floating in water melts the level of water in the container remains same. The reason is that initially 9/10th of volume of ice is inside water due to density differences. After ice water converts to ice its volume becomes 9/10th of total volume, thus leading to stationary water level of container.
Answered by | 19th Feb, 2009, 11:22: PM
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