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How many times more dense is lead than water?

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February 01, 2009 5:08PM

It is about 11.36 times heaver that air (at room temperature). Density is measured either in kg/m3 or as a relative density compared with water (water being 1.0). Water: 998kg/m3 (r.d 1.0) Lead 11340kg/m3 (11.36)