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Liquid Density of the elements

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HydrogenN/A NiobiumN/A Thallium11.22 g/cm3
HeliumN/A Molybdenum9.33 g/cm3 Lead10.66 g/cm3
Lithium0.512 g/cm3 TechnetiumN/A Bismuth10.05 g/cm3
Beryllium1.69 g/cm3 Ruthenium10.65 g/cm3 PoloniumN/A
Boron2.08 g/cm3 Rhodium10.7 g/cm3 AstatineN/A
CarbonN/A Palladium10.38 g/cm3 RadonN/A
NitrogenN/A Silver9.32 g/cm3 FranciumN/A
OxygenN/A Cadmium7.996 g/cm3 RadiumN/A
FluorineN/A Indium7.02 g/cm3 ActiniumN/A
NeonN/A Tin6.99 g/cm3 ThoriumN/A
Sodium0.927 g/cm3 Antimony6.53 g/cm3 ProtactiniumN/A
Magnesium1.584 g/cm3 Tellurium5.7 g/cm3 Uranium17.3 g/cm3
Aluminum2.375 g/cm3 IodineN/A NeptuniumN/A
Silicon2.57 g/cm3 XenonN/A Plutonium16.63 g/cm3
PhosphorusN/A Cesium1.843 g/cm3 AmericiumN/A
Sulfur1.819 g/cm3 Barium3.338 g/cm3 CuriumN/A
ChlorineN/A Lanthanum5.94 g/cm3 BerkeliumN/A
ArgonN/A Cerium6.55 g/cm3 CaliforniumN/A
Potassium0.828 g/cm3 Praseodymium6.5 g/cm3 EinsteiniumN/A
Calcium1.378 g/cm3 Neodymium6.89 g/cm3 FermiumN/A
Scandium2.8 g/cm3 PromethiumN/A MendeleviumN/A
Titanium4.11 g/cm3 Samarium7.16 g/cm3 NobeliumN/A
Vanadium5.5 g/cm3 Europium5.13 g/cm3 LawrenciumN/A
Chromium6.3 g/cm3 Gadolinium7.4 g/cm3 RutherfordiumN/A
Manganese5.95 g/cm3 Terbium7.65 g/cm3 DubniumN/A
Iron6.98 g/cm3 Dysprosium8.37 g/cm3 SeaborgiumN/A
Cobalt7.75 g/cm3 Holmium8.34 g/cm3 BohriumN/A
Nickel7.81 g/cm3 Erbium8.86 g/cm3 HassiumN/A
Copper8.02 g/cm3 Thulium8.56 g/cm3 MeitneriumN/A
Zinc6.57 g/cm3 Ytterbium6.21 g/cm3 DarmstadtiumN/A
Gallium6.095 g/cm3 Lutetium9.3 g/cm3 RoentgeniumN/A
Germanium5.6 g/cm3 Hafnium12 g/cm3 CoperniciumN/A
Arsenic5.22 g/cm3 Tantalum15 g/cm3 NihoniumN/A
Selenium3.99 g/cm3 Tungsten17.6 g/cm3 FleroviumN/A
Bromine3.12 g/cm3[note] Rhenium18.9 g/cm3 MoscoviumN/A
KryptonN/A Osmium20 g/cm3 LivermoriumN/A
Rubidium1.46 g/cm3 Iridium19 g/cm3 TennessineN/A
Strontium2.375 g/cm3 Platinum19.77 g/cm3 OganessonN/A
Yttrium4.24 g/cm3 Gold17.31 g/cm3
Zirconium5.8 g/cm3 Mercury13.534 g/cm3[note]

Notes on the Liquid Density of particular elements:

Bromine: Value given at STP.

Mercury: Value given at STP.

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Common Properties
Abundance in Earth's Crust Discovery Year
Abundance in Humans Electrical Conductivity
Abundance in Meteorites Electron Affinity
Abundance in the Ocean Electron Configuration
Abundance in the Sun Electronegativity
Abundance in the Universe Half Life
Atomic Mass Heat of Fusion
Atomic Number Heat of Vaporization
Atomic Radius Ionization Energies
Boiling Point Melting Point
Covalent Radius Specific Heat
Other Properties
Adiabatic Index Mohs Hardness
Allotrope Names Molar Magnetic Susceptibility
Alternate Names Molar Volume
Block Neutron Cross Section
Brinell Hardness Neutron Mass Absorption
Bulk Modulus NFPA Label
CAS Number Period
CID Number Phase
Color Poisson Ratio
Critical Pressure Quantum Numbers
Critical Temperature Radioactive
Crystal Structure Refractive Index
Curie Point Resistivity
Decay Mode RTECS Number
DOT Hazard Class Series
DOT Numbers Shear Modulus
Electrical Type Space Group Name
Gas Atomic Multiplicities Space Group Number
Group Speed of Sound
Isotope Abundances Superconducting Point
Isotopes (All Known) Symbol
Isotopes (Stable) Thermal Conductivity
Lattice Angles Thermal Expansion
Lattice Constants Valence
Lifetime Van Der Waals Radius
Liquid Density Vickers Hardness
Magnetic Type Volume Magnetic Susceptibility
Mass Magnetic Susceptibility Young Modulus