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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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# Density of materials?

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# What is the difference between material density optical density?

Material density is "regular" density. Take lead. It is heavy for a small volume of it; it's pretty dense. Water? Not so much. Lead sinks in it. Wood, however, floats on water

# How does density increase on the periodic table?

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# How does the density of material differ from the inner core to the crust?

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# How can density of a material can be different if the temperature of the material is as same as the surroundding?

Different from what? If you mean different from the surroundings, the density depends not only on temperature; but also, and MAINLY, on the type of materials. For example, wat

# What is the phenomenon of seismic waves bending as they go from material of one density to a different density is?

This property is known as refraction. It applies to any type of waves. the angle of refraction is determined by Snell's Law: sin i/ sin r = refraction index

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# How do differences in the density of materials cause waves to be reflected or refracted?

more the density more the refraction. reflection depends on the surface

# How do you calculate the density of different materials?

of course density"Mass/Volume"

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# How does the density of material differ from the inner core to the outer core?

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# Will objects made of different materials have different densities?

Usually yes. Each material has its characteristic density. Of course, it is possible for two different materials to have densities that are very close to one another.