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the density of water at 0 degree celsius is 0.998g/cm^3 and at 4 degree Celsius is 1.000 g/cm^3.calculate average coefficient of volume expansion of water in the temperature range 0 to 4 degree Celsius?

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Ans:- we know that Δv=V0 yt     and again  V=1/d
where v d denote vol & density respectively.
Δv=(1/.998  - 1), V0=1/.998 y=?  t=4 degree  calculating we get

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