Is hydrogen denser than air?

Answer Hydrogen is less dense than air. Density equals mass divided by volume. The density of hydrogen is 0.000089 grams per milliliter (ml), while the density of air is 0.00128 grams per ml. Contained hy... Read More »

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Is water denser than rubbing alcohol?

Yes, water is denser than rubbing alcohol. At 20 degrees Celsius, the density of water is 1 gram per cubic centimeter, while the density of isopropyl (or rubbing) alcohol is .786 grams per cubic ce... Read More »

Is hydrogen gas lighter than air?

Hydrogen is the lightest chemical element with an atomic weight of 1, and a molecular mass of 2. Air is predominantly oxygen and nitrogen, and has a combined molecular mass of 28.97. This means ai... Read More »

Is hydrogen lighter than air?

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe. Although it is scarcely found in our atmosphere, it is still very abundant on earth, found in water, ammonia, carbohydrates, hydrocarbons, aci... Read More »

Is hydrogen heavier than air?

Hydrogen is not heavier than air, according to Elmhurst College. At a density of 0.000089g per milliliter of air, hydrogen is 50 percent lighter than normal air's density of 0.00128g per milliliter... Read More »