What is the density of cement?

Normal concrete has a density around 2400 kg/cubic meter or 4048 lb/cubic yard. There are many different kinds of concrete, many of which are much lighter. Cement is the liquid (or paste like) form, and tends to be much heavier than when it has cured into concrete. "Cement" is not concrete, but can be used to make concrete by mixing with sand, stone and water. The density of cement is about 3120kg/m3.