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Do most all molecules other than water have neutral charges?

If water expands as it freezes because of the water molecules difference of charges (hydrogen is positive and oxygen is negative), then does that mean most every other molecule has a neutral charge? Here, the neutral charges would cause any repelling force and you can just squish more molecules together to get a solid that is smaller and more condense than hotter forms.

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You've got a lot of unlearning to do :)

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice