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No, because it contracts again as it melts.
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In a manner of speaking yes you do, because water -like everything else in the universe- never actually vanishes, but reappears in different forms.
Expansion is not the same as multiplication. So, I do not believe you will. :)
Also - the molecules are not growing, rather, their distance to one another spreads a little. That's it. :)
Sadly no because it doesn't expand further beyond freezing temperatures and as Kate mentioned it contracts when it thaws.
It expands = it gets bigger. That's not the same as you get more. The quantity of molecules stays the same. Unfreeze and the size returns to the original
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