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 What periodic element has the highest density?

Answer Osmium is the periodic element with the highest density. It is twice as dense as lead. Osmium as a metal is hard, brittle, and has a bluish-white luster. It can form very hard alloys with platinum,... Read More »
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Which element has the highest density?

With a density of 22.5 g.cm-3 at 20°C, Osmium boasts the highest density of any element. However, many of the artificially-manufactured elements, including Seaborgium, Meitnerium and Hassium, poss... Read More »
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Which element has a density of 0.53?

Metallic lithium exhibits a density of 0.53 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cc). It ranks as the third-least-dense element, behind only hydrogen and helium, which are gases with densities of 0.09 and... Read More »
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Which element has the greatest density at STP?

At standard temperature and pressure (STP), osmium exhibits the greatest density at 22.59 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cc). For purposes of comparison, osmium is 17 percent more dense than gold an... Read More »
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Which element has the lowest density?

The element hydrogen has the lowest density. In its natural gas form hydrogen's density is just 0.000089 gm/ml. Liquefied hydrogen has a density of 0.07 gm per cubic centimeter, and solid hydrogen ... Read More »
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