TGOD445
TGOD445 asks:
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If the temperature of a piece of steel decreases, what happens to its density?

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> 60 days ago

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mohammedimran
mohammedimran writes:
If the temperature of a piece of steel decreases, then the density of the objects increases. This is caused by the steel contracting when the temperature goes down. Density is configured by the mass, so therefore the density is increased.
> 60 days ago

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