when water change into ice it contracts or expand
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  1. Answer:Yes, water indeed expands when it changes form from liquid to solid. And this is because water has a property called “hydrogen bonds”, and these bonds occur between each water molecule. But when water is in a liquid form these hydrogen bonds break more easily and occur less frequently. When the temperature drops the kinetic energy also drops, which in turn makes hydrogen bonds form more frequently. So the water molecules form a lattice, which is less dense than regular liquid water.



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