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lead is more dense than aluminum if that is what you are asking and also has a greater atomic mass.
Aluminum is actually lighter than titanium
The neutron/electron mass ratio is 1838.683 6605.
Ozone is heavier than air. Ozone is found in the upper atmosphere, because it is made "up there", and decays back to oxygen before it can fall very far.
The element between tungsten (74) and osmium (76) is rhenium (Re, 75).
Tungsten is much denser than lead and does not have lead's toxic properties.
Xenon is more than 4.5 times heavier than air.
it is lighter than water.
Yes. According to most sources, tungsten is a bit heavier than gold. It is definitely much more durable/strong also.
Heavier but safer. Look what happened to the Hindenburg:(
The density of wolfram (W) is 19,25 g/cm 3 . The density of uranium (U) is 19,1 g/cm 3 .
The weight is dependent on the volume, so in order to answer that question you'd have to know the volume of both the ice and water. Therefore it's not really possible to answe…r that question; the question does not make sense. When you compare the weight per volume, which we call density, than ice has a lower weight per volume, it is less dense, than water. Due to the lower density, ice bergs float in the sea and ice cubes float in your glass. This is actually a very special characteristic of water, most materials will have a higher density in their solid state. Because of this property, water has lots of other special properties. For example, raising the pressure will lower the freezing point of water will in other materials raising the pressure will help it convert to its solid state. It is also thought that water can't be frozen isochorically (that means that it is stored in a very rigid container which cannot expand at all). Usually water will always be frozen below a temperature below approximately minus 60-70 degrees Celsius. Using a rigid container, scientists were able to keep water liquid below a temperature of minus 129 degrees Celsius. The problem with this is that it's impossible to have a container which is really completely rigid. Every container will expand at some pressure and the pressures involved in freezing water isochorically are really really high.
Density of wolfram: 19,25 g/cm 3 . Density of bismuth: 9,78 g/cm 3 .