Identify a household substance in which an ice cube will sink.?



Answer:
cooking oil, liquid candle wax, liquid fat, molten butter & dishwashing liquid. Ice will sink in just about any liquid that has a density of less than approximatly 0.8 gram per cubic centimeter (the density of frozen water).
Cooking oil?
water
The density of liquid fat is less than water as well as than ice too. so ice will be denser than oil which we use to cook food. so ice cube will sink in to the cooking oil.

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