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TABLE OF DENSITY FOR SOME COMMON MATERIALS <center> (computed in grams per cubic centimeter) </center> <center> COMMON MATERIALS </center> Water ………………………1.00 Glass………………………2.60 Granite……………………...2.650 Bone……………………….1.85 Human Body………………..0.995 Butter……………………...0.94 Ice…………………………...0.917 Carbon…………………….2.60 Kerosene……………………0.800 Chalk………………………2.36 Salt………………………….2.200 Coal………………………..1.50 Sand…………………………2.800 Cork………………………..0.25 Sulfuric Acid………………..1.840 Gasoline……………………0.72 <center> COMMON METALS </center> Aluminum…………………..2.70 Mercury……………………13.60 Brass………………………...8.40 Nickel………………………8.80 Chromium…………………..7.10 Platinum……………………21.50 Copper………………………8.63 Silver……………………….10.40 Gold…………………………19.30 Tin………………………….7.30 Iron………………………….7.80 Uranium……………………18.70 Lead…………………………11.30 Zinc…………………………6.90 Magnesium………………….1.74 SOME COMMON WOODS <center> </center> Alder………………………0.40 White Pine…………………0.43 Ash………………………..0.75 Maple………………………0.69 Balsa………………………0.12 Oak…………………………0.85 Douglass fir……………….0.56 Yellow Pine………………...0.46 Ebony……………………..1.20 Walnut……………………..0.67 Larch (tamarack)………..0.51
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