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ICE AND BENZENE IN BEAKERS<br />
Benzene Ice Has Higher Density Than Liquid Benzene<br />
The ice in the beaker of water floats because frozen water has a lower density than water. Benzene ice sinks in a beaker of benzene, because the benzene ice is more dense than benzene.

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ICE AND BENZENE IN BEAKERS
Benzene Ice Has Higher Density Than Liquid Benzene
The ice in the beaker of water floats because frozen water has a lower density than water. Benzene ice sinks in a beaker of benzene, because the benzene ice is more dense than benzene.

Copyright:© 1988 Chip Clark - Fundamental Photographs

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