Ashok kumar nehra Asked a Question
February 16, 2021 10:43 pmpts 30 pts
How much mass is lost when 1 Kg of water at 0°C tums to ice at 0°C ? 1) 243 x 10-12 Kg 2) 3.73 x 10-12 Kg 3) O Kg 4) 0.005 Kg
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  • Lekhika
    yeah by option (c) i mean option (3), of any doubt in explaination, feel free to ask
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  • Ashok kumar nehra
    thanks but ans is given option 2 3.73*10^-12Kg
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  • Lekhika thankyou
    Hi, actually when water chages to ice then density changes not mass. and density of ice is less than water that is why ice can float on water. density =mass/volume actually wate...
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