Does Ice Float in Alcohol?

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Ice doesn't float in alcohol, these is because alcohol has a higher density than ice, hence ice sinking rather quickly. It also depends on the alcohol and the percentage of the alcohol in the solution.
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Objects will usually float if they are less dense than water. When water is in its frozen form, ice, it is less dense than when it is in its liquid form. You can find more information
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The ice sinks in alcohol because the density of the ice is greater than the density of the alcohol.
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Ice is the solid state of water. Ice floats because frozen water is not denser than its liquid form. This happens because water does not follow the basic principle of thermodynamics
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To follow the answer of Oday Nasser: Ice is less dense than water because of its intermolecular forces. Water contains hydrogen bonds (a type of intermolecular force of attraction
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