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## Problem 13DQ Chapter 5

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Problem 13DQ

Walkin g on horizontal slippery ice can be much more tiring than walking on ordinary pavement. Why?

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Solution 13DQ Generally, after getting cooled, things get squeezed and their volume decreases. But for water its is very different. After its conversion to ice, it expands and the volume increases. When you walk on it, there is a pressure on the icy surface by your foot. Ice wants to undo this pressure, so it’s surface...

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