How Much Does Ice Weigh?

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This will depend on the amount of ice that you have. In general terms, ice is normally lighter than water. This is because it is an expanded form of water and thus less denser.
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Ice can have a variety of weight because it depends on how much ice you have. If you have as little as a gram of water that freezes, then it would weigh one gram. Ice can weigh heavier
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the water weighs more, ice is an 'expanded form of water- because it is less dense there is more space between the molecules and therefore lighter.
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If A block of ice is 18 inches long, 15 inches wide, and 12 inches high. Ice weighs 0. 03 pound per cubic inch. How much does the
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Since you asked 7 hours ago the ice would have melted by now so the answer must be zero.
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