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## What is more dense Aluminium or lead?

Lead is more dense than aluminum.

**Which has the greater density — 5 kg of lead or 10 kg of aluminum?**

Which has the greater density- 5kg of lead or 10kg of aluminum? Any amount of lead always has a greater density than any amount of aluminum.

**Which has more volume a kg of lead or a kg of aluminum?**

A kilogram of aluminum takes up more volume than a kilogram of lead because it is less dense, but this is a question about mass, not volume. All identical masses are identical no matter what they are made of. A kilogram of aluminum on Earth has the same mass as a kilogram of lead on Earth.

### Which is denser 100 kilograms of aluminum or 1 kilogram of lead?

Discuss which contains more atoms: 1kg of lead or 1kg of aluminum. Since aluminum atoms are less massive than lead atoms, there are MORE ALUMINUM atoms than lead atoms in a 1-kg sample. Density is a ratio of mass to volume, & this ratio is greater for any amount of lead than for any amount of aluminum.

**What is the density of lead?**

Lead | |
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Melting point | 600.61 K (327.46 °C, 621.43 °F) |

Boiling point | 2022 K (1749 °C, 3180 °F) |

Density (near r.t. ) | 11.34 g/cm3 |

when liquid (at m.p. ) | 10.66 g/cm3 |

**Which metal has highest density?**

Osmium

The densest metal found naturally on earth is Osmium. It is a very rare element that is usually found in trace amounts within platinum ores. According to the experimental calculations of density using the x-ray crystallography (X-ray diffraction data) Osmium is the densest stable element with a density of 22.59 g/cm³.

#### What is the density of a 10kg mass of water?

Density

Substance | ρ(103kg/m3org/mL) |
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Water (4ºC) | 1.000 |

Blood | 1.05 |

Sea water | 1.025 |

Mercury | 13.6 |

**Which is denser an object that has a density of 1000 kg m3 or one that has a density of 1g cm3?**

Which is denser: an object that has a density of 1000 kg/m3 or one that has a density of 1 g/cm3? They are the same density.

**How dense is kg m3?**

5520 kilograms per cubic meter

We know, based upon a variety of measurement methods, that the density of the Earth is 5.52 grams per cubic centimeter. [This value is equal to 5520 kilograms per cubic meter.

## What is the average density of the Earth in kg m3?

It is equivalent to an average density of 5515 kg. m−3. The Earth mass is a standard unit of mass in astronomy that is used to indicate the masses of other planets, including rocky terrestrial planets and exoplanets.

**Which would be bigger in size 5.0 g of lead or 5.0 g of aluminum?**

The lead would be bigger because it is more dense.

**How do you know what has the greatest density?**

This is so because if we divide each object’s mass by its volume, and since all three objects have the same volume, the object with the larger mass will have the greatest density. And the object with the smaller mass, will have the lowest density.