Does Ice Weigh More Than Water?

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Even though ice is water in a solidified state, it is significantly less dense than water. This is evident in how ice floats on water instead of sinking to the bottom. Ice is actually nine per cent less dense than water; therefore a litre of ice is relatively lighter than liquid water.
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