Is Oil Less Dense Than Water?

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Yes, oil is less dense than water. This is because the particles are not as close together. You can see this when oil floats on water.
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Because its particles aren't as close together weighing it down. Water particles (H2O) are closer together (making the substance more dense) because they "want" to hydrogen
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Ice is less dense than water because when water freezes into ice, it expands to create a solid bond. When ice expands, it becomes less dense.
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Cold water is always more dense than warm water. This allows warm water to "float" on top of cold water, a phenomenon that occurs every day in the world's oceans. The reason
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Anything with a value of less than 1000 floats on water. Stuff that dissolves in water will not float though, but mix nicely (e.g. ethyl alcohol, 789.20)
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