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Element

Molar Volume

( for solid at 298 K, 1 atm unless specified )

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Actinium

22.554 cm3/mol

Aluminum

10.00 cm3/mol 

Americium

17.63 cm3/mol 

Antimony

18.19 cm3/mol 

Argon

gas, 273.15 K, 1 atm

22.4134 L/mol 

solid, 0 K, 0 atm

22.56 cm3/mol 

Arsenic

12.95 cm3/mol 

Barium

38.16 cm3/mol 

Berkelium

16.84 cm3/mol 

Beryllium

 4.85 cm3/mol 

Bismuth

21.31 cm3/mol 

Boron

 4.39 cm3/mol 

Bromine

solid, the element's solid allotrope existing at the lowest temperature

19.78 cm3/mol 

Cadmium

13.00 cm3/mol 

Calcium

26.20 cm3/mol 

Californium

16.50 cm3/mol 

Carbon

 5.29 cm3/mol 

diamond

 3.42 cm3/mol 

Cerium

20.69 cm3/mol 

Cesium

70.94 cm3/mol 

Chlorine

gas, 273.15 K, 1 atm

22.4129 L/mol 

Chromium

 7.23 cm3/mol 

Cobalt

 6.67 cm3/mol 

Copper

 7.11 cm3/mol 

Curium

18.05 cm3/mol 

Dysprosium

19.01 cm3/mol 

Einsteinium

28.52 cm3/mol 

Erbium

18.46 cm3/mol 

Europium

28.97 cm3/mol 

Fluorine

solid, the element's solid allotrope existing at the lowest temperature

11.20 cm3/mol 

Gadolinium

19.90 cm3/mol 

Gallium

11.803 cm3/mol

Germanium

13.63 cm3/mol 

Gold

10.21 cm3/mol 

Hafnium

13.44 cm3/mol 

Helium

gas, 273.15 K, 1 atm

22.4136 L/mol 

Holmium

18.74 cm3/mol 

Hydrogen

gas, 273.15 K, 1 atm

22.4135 L/mol 

solid, 0 K, 0 atm

para-H2

23.207 cm3/mol

ortho-D2

19.95 cm3/mol 

T2

18.18 cm3/mol 

HD

21.25 cm3/mol 

HT

19.94 cm3/mol 

DT

18.96 cm3/mol 

Indium

15.76 cm3/mol 

Iodine

25.72 cm3/mol 

Iridium

 8.52 cm3/mol 

Iron

 7.09 cm3/mol 

Krypton

gas, 273.15 K, 1 atm

22.4131 L/mol 

solid, 0 K, 0 atm

27.095 cm3/mol

Lanthanum

22.386 cm3/mol

Lead

18.26 cm3/mol 

Lithium

13.02 cm3/mol 

Lutetium

17.78 cm3/mol 

Magnesium

14.00 cm3/mol 

Manganese

 7.35 cm3/mol 

Mercury

solid, the element's solid allotrope existing at the lowest temperature

14.09 cm3/mol 

Molybdenum

 9.38 cm3/mol 

Neodymium

20.58 cm3/mol 

Neon

gas, 273.15 K, 1 atm

22.4139 L/mol 

liquid, 24.5561 K, 43 kPa

16.18 ml/mol  

solid

24.5561 K, 43 kPa

14.17 cm3/mol 

0 K, 0 atm

13.39 cm3/mol 

Neptunium

11.59 cm3/mol 

Nickel

 6.59 cm3/mol 

Niobium

10.83 cm3/mol 

Nitrogen

gas, 273.15 K, 1 atm

22.4131 L/mol 

liquid

273.3 K, 20.420 kbar

21.4 ml/mol   

247.5 K, 16.720 kbar

22.2 ml/mol   

192.83 K, 10.195 kbar

24.20 ml/mol  

175.82 K, 8.404 kbar

24.78 ml/mol  

160.70 K, 6.915 kbar

25.44 ml/mol  

145.08 K, 5.496 kbar

26.19 ml/mol  

131.14 K, 4.320 kbar

26.89 ml/mol  

115.66 K, 3.130 kbar

27.81 ml/mol  

102.15 K, 2.203 kbar

28.67 ml/mol  

87.03 K, 1.239 kbar

29.80 ml/mol  

63.148 K, 0 kbar

32.33 ml/mol  

solid

273.3 K, 20.420 kbar

21.0 cm3/mol  

247.5 K, 16.720 kbar

21.8 cm3/mol  

192.83 K, 10.195 kbar

23.63 cm3/mol 

175.82 K, 8.404 kbar

24.16 cm3/mol 

160.70 K, 6.915 kbar

24.74 cm3/mol 

145.08 K, 5.496 kbar

25.39 cm3/mol 

131.14 K, 4.320 kbar

25.99 cm3/mol 

115.66 K, 3.130 kbar

26.77 cm3/mol 

102.15 K, 2.203 kbar

27.46 cm3/mol 

87.03 K, 1.239 kbar

28.26 cm3/mol 

63.148 K, 0 kbar

29.72 cm3/mol 

Osmium

 8.42 cm3/mol 

Oxygen

gas, 273.15 K, 1 atm

22.4134 L/mol 

Palladium

 8.56 cm3/mol 

Phosphorus

black phosphorus

11.44 cm3/mol 

white phosphorus

17.02 cm3/mol 

Platinum

 9.09 cm3/mol 

Plutonium

12.29 cm3/mol 

Polonium

22.97 cm3/mol 

Potassium

45.94 cm3/mol 

Praseodymium

20.80 cm3/mol 

Promethium

20.23 cm3/mol 

Protactinium

15.18 cm3/mol 

Radium

41.09 cm3/mol 

Radon

solid, the element's solid allotrope existing at the lowest temperature

50.50 cm3/mol 

Rhenium

 8.86 cm3/mol 

Rhodium

 8.28 cm3/mol 

Rubidium

55.76 cm3/mol 

Ruthenium

 8.17 cm3/mol 

Samarium

19.98 cm3/mol 

Scandium

15.00 cm3/mol 

Selenium

16.42 cm3/mol 

Silicon

solid, 22.5 °C, 0 atm

12.0588349 ± 0.0000011 cm3/mol

Silver

10.27 cm3/mol 

Sodium

23.78 cm3/mol 

Strontium

33.94 cm3/mol 

Sulfur

15.53 cm3/mol 

Tantalum

10.85 cm3/mol 

Technetium

 8.63 cm3/mol 

Tellurium

20.46 cm3/mol 

Terbium

19.30 cm3/mol 

Thallium

17.22 cm3/mol 

Thorium

19.80 cm3/mol 

Thulium

19.13 cm3/mol 

Tin

16.29 cm3/mol 

Titanium

10.64 cm3/mol 

Tungsten

 9.47 cm3/mol 

Uranium

12.49 cm3/mol 

Vanadium

 8.32 cm3/mol 

Xenon

gas, 273.15 K, 1 atm

22.4128 L/mol 

solid, 0 K, 0 atm

34.71 cm3/mol 

Ytterbium

24.84 cm3/mol 

Yttrium

19.88 cm3/mol 

Zinc

 9.16 cm3/mol 

Zirconium

14.024 cm3/mol

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

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Vos, W. L., J. A. Schouten, D. A. Young, and M. Ross. "The Melting Curve of Neon at High Pressure." Journal of Chemical Physics, volume 94, number 5, 1991, pp. 3835–3838. doi:10.1063/1.460683