Water When Frozen
Water when frozen crossword clue. Daily Mail UK newspaper crossword no 7680 on Aug 12. 2017. 3 letters
The answer: ICE
When water freezes does it get heavier?
Nope. A given amount of water when frozen, will weigh exactly the same as it did when it was liquid. An equal volume of water, when frozen, will actually weigh less than an equivalent volume of a liquid, since water actually becomes less dense when it becomes a solid. This is a fairly anomalous property among molecules, most of which increase in density when transitioning to solid phase.
Micro clustered water when frozen makes perfect snowflakes due to the lining up of the water molecules.Work of Dr. Emoto. Normal macro clustered water looks like welding slag when frozen and no line up of the molecules. The water smacker magnetically line up the water molecules that will also help line up your cell molecules in your body and blood. The hydrogen ionized water absorbs into your body better and quench’s your thirst better.