Why do all bodies increase their volume when heated?

The increase in the volume of bodies during heating can be explained by the fact that with an increase in body temperature, the average distance between its molecules (atoms) increases. This phenomenon is fully described by the atomic-molecular theory. Exceptions are water, cast iron and several other substances. For example, cast iron when solidified can grow in size during the graphitization process due to its high carbon content.

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