An easy to use reference guide that enables you to answer the question what is the density of commonly used elements such as hydrogen, oxygen, aluminum or gold including their name, symbol and atomic number.

Densities provided are in g/L or grams per liter that shows how many grams of a certain substance are present in one liter of a usually liquid or gaseous mixture - and g/cc for grams per cubic centimeter of elements that usually occur as solids.

DensityNameSymbol#
0.0899 g/L Hydrogen H 1
0.1785 g/L Helium He 2
0.9 g/L Neon Ne 10
1.2506 g/L Nitrogen N 7
1.429 g/L Oxygen O 8
1.696 g/L Fluorine F 9
1.7824 g/L Argon Ar 18
3.214 g/L Chlorine Cl 17
3.75 g/L Krypton Kr 36
5.9 g/L Xenon Xe 54
9.73 g/L Radon Rn 86
0.534 g/cc Lithium Li 3
0.862 g/cc Potassium K 19
0.971 g/cc Sodium Na 11
1.55 g/cc Calcium Ca 20
1.63 g/cc Rubidium Rb 37
1.738 g/cc Magnesium Mg 12
1.82 g/cc Phosphorus P 15
1.848 g/cc Beryllium Be 4
1.873 g/cc Cesium Cs 55
2.07 g/cc Sulfur S 16
2.26 g/cc Carbon C 6
2.33 g/cc Silicon Si 14
2.34 g/cc Boron B 5
2.54 g/cc Strontium Sr 38
2.702 g/cc Aluminum Al 13
2.99 g/cc Scandium Sc 21
3.119 g/cc Bromine Br 35
3.59 g/cc Barium Ba 56
4.47 g/cc Yttrium Y 39
4.54 g/cc Titanium Ti 22
4.79 g/cc Selenium Se 34
4.93 g/cc Iodine I 53
5.24 g/cc Europium Eu 63
5.323 g/cc Germanium Ge 32
5.5 g/cc Radium Ra 88
5.72 g/cc Arsenic As 33
5.907 g/cc Gallium Ga 31
6.11 g/cc Vanadium V 23
6.15 g/cc Lanthanum La 57
6.24 g/cc Tellurium Te 52
6.51 g/cc Zirconium Zr 40
6.684 g/cc Antimony Sb 51
6.77 g/cc Praseodymium Pr 59
6.77 g/cc Cerium Ce 58
6.9 g/cc Ytterbium Yb 70
7.01 g/cc Neodymium Nd 60
7.13 g/cc Zinc Zn 30
7.19 g/cc Chromium Cr 24
7.3 g/cc Promethium Pm 61
7.31 g/cc Indium In 49
7.31 g/cc Tin Sn 50
7.43 g/cc Manganese Mn 25
7.52 g/cc Samarium Sm 62
7.874 g/cc Iron Fe 26
7.895 g/cc Gadolinium Gd 64
8.23 g/cc Terbium Tb 65
8.55 g/cc Dysprosium Dy 66
8.57 g/cc Niobium Nb 41
8.65 g/cc Cadmium Cd 48
8.8 g/cc Holmium Ho 67
8.9 g/cc Cobalt Co 27
8.9 g/cc Nickel Ni 28
8.96 g/cc Copper Cu 29
9.07 g/cc Erbium Er 68
9.3 g/cc Polonium Po 84
9.32 g/cc Thulium Tm 69
9.75 g/cc Bismuth Bi 83
9.84 g/cc Lutetium Lu 71
10.07 g/cc Actinium Ac 89
10.22 g/cc Molybdenum Mo 42
10.5 g/cc Silver Ag 47
11.35 g/cc Lead Pb 82
11.5 g/cc Technetium Tc 43
11.724 g/cc Thorium Th 90
11.85 g/cc Thallium Tl 81
12.02 g/cc Palladium Pd 46
12.37 g/cc Ruthenium Ru 44
12.41 g/cc Rhodium Rh 45
13.31 g/cc Hafnium Hf 72
13.5 g/cc Curium Cm 96
13.546 g/cc Mercury Hg 80
13.67 g/cc Americium Am 95
14.78 g/cc Berkelium Bk 97
15.1 g/cc Californium Cf 98
15.4 g/cc Protactinium Pa 91
16.65 g/cc Tantalum Ta 73
18.95 g/cc Uranium U 92
19.32 g/cc Gold Au 79
19.35 g/cc Tungsten W 74
19.84 g/cc Plutonium Pu 94
20.2 g/cc Neptunium Np 93
21.04 g/cc Rhenium Re 75
21.45 g/cc Platinum Pt 78
22.4 g/cc Iridium Ir 77
22.6 g/cc Osmium Os 76

 

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