In what range of temperature is the expansion of water anomalous

Jamb 1979

In what range of temperature is the expansion of water anomalous? A. +208°C to +212°C B. -80°C + -76°C C. -4°C to 0°C D. +96°C to +100°C E. 0°C to +4°C 

ANSWER: Option E

EXPLANATION: The anomalous expansion of water is an abnormal property of water whereby it expands instead of contracting when the temperature goes from 4°C to 0°C and it becomes less dense. Also contracts instead of expanding when the temperature goes from 0°C to 4°C.

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