Why is there less oxygen in hot water than in cold water?



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    You may have to clarify what you are asking. Chemically, water is composed of one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms. There is no alternative composition, arrangement, etc. A molecule’s composition is what gives it its properties. A molecule with an extra oxygen molecule, for example, would not be water and would have very different properties than water. Temperature can only affect that state of water (liquid, solid, gas), not its chemical composition.

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