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Q & A: water density

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Most recent answer: 10/22/2007
I know that the density of water at 4 degrees celsius is 1g/ml, but I would like to know the density at 26.8 degrees celsius.
- Katherine (age 18)
Usually readers can get answers to questions like this bt searching the Web for tables. This time, I happen to have a table handy. If the water is pure, without dissoved gas, the density at 26.8 C would be about 0.9966 grams/cc.

Mike W.

(published on 10/22/2007)

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