Assume we let some water freeze in freezer under normal conditions. We then measure its density. We then chill it down towards 0K. Does it get denser? I assume so but how much?
Does the fact that the ice is a solid with a "set" crystaline structure mean that this structure stays the same from 253K down to 0K or does this change? Also does the distance between the H20 molecules reduce?
(by all means makes assumptions like pure water or rates of cooling)