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Element

Gram Atomic Volume

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Aluminum

10 cm3

Antimony

18 cm3

Argon

24 cm3

Arsenic

16 cm3

Barium

38 cm3

Beryllium

 5 cm3

Bismuth

21 cm3

Boron

 5 cm3

Bromine

23 cm3

Cadmium

13 cm3

Calcium

26 cm3

Carbon

 5 cm3

Cerium

21 cm3

Cesium

71 cm3

Chlorine

19 cm3

Chromium

 7 cm3

Cobalt

 7 cm3

Copper

 7 cm3

Dysprosium

19 cm3

Europium

29 cm3

Fluorine

15 cm3

Gadolinium

20 cm3

Gallium

12 cm3

Germanium

13 cm3

Gold

10 cm3

Hafnium

13 cm3

Helium

32 cm3

Holmium

19 cm3

Hydrogen

13 cm3

Indium

16 cm3

Iodine

26 cm3

Iridium

 9 cm3

Iron

 7 cm3

Krypton

33 cm3

Lanthanum

22 cm3

Lead

18 cm3

Lithium

13 cm3

Lutetium

18 cm3

Magnesium

14 cm3

Manganese

 7 cm3

Mercury

14 cm3

Molybdenum

 9 cm3

Neodymium

21 cm3

Neon

17 cm3

Nickel

 6 cm3

Niobium

11 cm3

Nitrogen

14 cm3

Osmium

 9 cm3

Oxygen

11 cm3

Palladium

 9 cm3

Phosphorus

17 cm3

Platinum

 9 cm3

Potassium

46 cm3

Praseodymium

21 cm3

Radium

45 cm3

Radon

50 cm3

Rhenium

 9 cm3

Rhodium

 8 cm3

Rubidium

56 cm3

Ruthenium

 8 cm3

Samarium

20 cm3

Scandium

15 cm3

Selenium

16 cm3

Silicon

12 cm3

Silver

10 cm3

Sodium

24 cm3

Strontium

34 cm3

Sulfur

16 cm3

Tantalum

11 cm3

Tellurium

21 cm3

Terbium

19 cm3

Thallium

17 cm3

Thorium

20 cm3

Thulium

18 cm3

Tin

16 cm3

Titanium

11 cm3

Tungsten

10 cm3

Uranium

13 cm3

Vanadium

 8 cm3

Xenon

43 cm3

Ytterbium

25 cm3

Yttrium

21 cm3

Zinc

 9 cm3

Zirconium

14 cm3

Reference    (Click the button next to a value above to see complete citation information for that entry)

Mechtly, Eugene A. "Properties of Materials." pp. 4–1 to 4–33 in Reference Data For Engineers: Radio, Electronics, Computer, and Communications. By Mac E. Van Valkenburg, edited by Wendy M. Middleton. Woburn, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2002. doi:10.1016/B978-075067291-7/50006-6