How do wasters relative densities as a solid and a liquid differ from that of other substances?

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How do water's relative densities in solid and liquid forms differ from those of most other substances?

Most substances become more dense when they solidify, because thesame amount of particles are taking up a smaller amount of space,but ice is actually less dense than water, an

How do water's relative densities as a solid and a liquid from that of most other substances?

In most substances, as you solidify the product by cooling, its density rises (that is - it gets heavier). Water has a density inversion point, so ice is actually lighter than