At what temperature does the water have the highest density?

0°C (32°F)
100°C (212°F)
-273°C (-459.4°F)
4°C (39.2°F)
Increasing the temperature generally decreases the density, but water is a notable exception: the density of water increases between its melting point at 0 °C and 4 °C. Similar behavior is observed in silicon at low temperatures.
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0°C (32°F)
100°C (212°F)
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flagSwitzerland
20%
6%
6%
66%
15
flagIndia
16%
8%
11%
63%
136
flagAustralia
13%
6%
10%
62%
29
flagthe United States
17%
10%
12%
60%
75
flagthe Netherlands
25%
16%
0%
58%
12
flagGermany
11%
6%
25%
56%
94
flagGreece
25%
8%
16%
50%
12
flagAustria
7%
7%
38%
46%
13
flagPakistan
30%
0%
23%
46%
13
flagthe United Kingdom
35%
2%
26%
35%
34
flagPoland
31%
14%
19%
33%
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