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Element

Specific Gravity

( referenced to water at 4 °C (39.2 °F) unless specified )

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Aluminum

68 °F

 2.70 

Antimony

68 °F

 6.69 

Arsenic

68 °F

 5.73 

Beryllium

68 °F

 1.85 

Bromine

68 °F

 3.12 

Cadmium

68 °F

 8.65 

Carbon

graphite, 68 °F

natural

2.0 to 2.25

synthetic

1.5 to 1.8 

carbon black, 68 °F

1.8 to 2.1 

Chromium

68 °F

 7.14 

Cobalt

68 °F

 8.92 

Copper

68 °F

 8.94 

Hafnium

68 °F

13.31 

Indium

68 °F

 7.31 

Iodine

68 °F

 4.93 

Lead

68 °F, water at 4 °C

11.34 

20 °C, water at 20 °C

11.337

Manganese

68 °F

 7.20 

Mercury

68 °F

13.6  

Molybdenum

68 °F

10.28 

Nickel

68 °F

 8.90 

Phosphorus

white phosphorus, 68 °F

 1.82 

Platinum

68 °F

21.45 

Rhodium

68 °F

12.41 

Selenium

68 °F

 4.28 

Silicon

77 °F

 2.33 

Silver

68 °F

10.49 

Tantalum

68 °F

metal

16.65 

powder

14.40 

Tellurium

68 °F

 6.24 

Tin

68 °F

 7.28 

Tungsten

68 °F

19.3  

Uranium

68 °F

19.05 

13 °C

18.485

Yttrium

68 °F

 4.47 

Zirconium

68 °F

 6.51 

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

Barsan, Michael E., editor. NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards. Cincinnati, Ohio: NIOSH Publications, 2007.

Green, Don W., editor. Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, 8th edition. New York: The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 2008.