why do ice float on water?

Asked by  | 27th Apr, 2008, 12:20: PM

Expert Answer:

Hydrogen bonding in ice gives an open structure with wide holes. These holes can hold some other molecules (air) of appropriate size interstitially. Density of ice is less than water

Answered by  | 23rd May, 2008, 10:07: AM

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