The typical density of common metals can be found listed in the table below.
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It is really useful for me to recover of memorize. It will helpful for engineering works.
dear all, are you sure that the units of the pressure mentioned here are kg/m3.
I read in other websites that its is g/cm3. so there should be a factor 1000 added here?
The table has an error; gold and tungsten are essentially the same density. They are so similar that a gold-plated tungsten bar would be indistinguishable from a solid gold bar, unless someone were to drill into it, where the hardness of tungsten would immediately indicate it is a fake gold bar.
Thanks ppl, that’s really useful.
Yes, Jamila it is measured in g/cm³. The were been converted to kilo meaning it was multipled by 10³. For you to convert it to cm just divided the value by 10². Example Iron it was written as 7860kg/m³, simply divide 7860 by 10² =78.6g/cm³
I want the density of Aluzinc
Can the density of a pure metal such as .9999 silver be changed by forging or casting?