Why ice have low density than water?

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    Ice have low density than water because the orientation of hydrogen bonds causes molecules to push farther apart, which lowers the density of ice.

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  • Density=mass /volume

    Density is inversely proportional to volume

    When volumes increases density decreases and vice versa

    We see that when we fill water in a bottle and freeze it the ice expands and some times the bottle breaks

    it clearly shows that ice has more volume than water

    So ice has lesser density than water

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