The density of water is one gram per cubic centimeter, which can also be expressed as 1,000.00 kg/m³. However, the density is relative to the water’s temperature. As water is heated, its density decreases. Likewise, water which is supercooled below zero decreases in density. Knowing the density is important for performing calculations in chemistry and physics, with applications to a range of fields including engineering, mining and electricity generation.
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