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I am inthralled with water and its posibilites. If you froze water under water at a depth of about 330' in a large upsidedown bowl with air in it, will the ice expand by ten times or will it the ice just expand the same ratio as it would on the surface(just engough to crack pavement)? i was wonder this because if you could make a huge ice telescope in the ocean, would the ice on the bottom of the telescope keep cracking.
Re: when water freezes does it always freeze to the same size?
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