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Which weighs more: a gallon of liquid water or a gallon of ice?

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Which weighs more: a gallon of liquid water or a gallon of ice?

(With "weight" meaning, weight on the same planet, at the same location -- so literally, "which has more mass?")

posted Jan 23, 2018 by Anuradha Tabyal

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Both are of same weight, 1 gallon.

answer Jan 25, 2018 by Varun Bankapur



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