When water is at room temperature, its density is 998.23 kg/m3, which is only slightly less than the normal density of water at exactly 1000 kg/m3. The density of water is dependent on the temperature. More »

The density of water increases as the temperature decreases, but only until approximately 4 degrees Celsius, where density starts to decrease at any point lower than that. When water freezes, turning into ice, it has a d... More »

The density of water at standard temperature and pressure is 1 gram per centimeter cubed. The density of pure water is slightly less. Density is defined as the mass per unit volume of a substance. More »

The element iodine has a density of 4.93 grams per cubic centimeter when considered at room temperature conditions of 0 degrees Celsius and 101.32 pascals of pressure. An atom of iodine has an atomic weight of about 126.... More »

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Properties of matter, defined by Education Portal, are divided into two groups: physical properties that include color, density, mass, boiling point, volume, solubility, malleability and temperature; and chemical propert... More »

The density of water increases as the temperature decreases, but only until approximately 4 degrees Celsius, where density starts to decrease at any point lower than that. When water freezes, turning into ice, it has a d... More »

Neon is a colorless noble gas at room temperature with about two-thirds the density of air. Like the other noble gases, neon is inert, which means that it is not chemically active. More »