The temperature at which water is most dense is 3.98 C, when the density is 1.00000 g/cm3.
Water is most dense at a temperature of 3.98 degrees C, or 39.164 degrees F. Water is unique to most materials because in most cases density increases as temperature decreases. However, with water there is a point (3.98C) where water is most dense, and density decreases as temperature rises and falls from that point.
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