Asked in ChemistryGold and Precious MetalsDensity
What is the density of pure silver?
January 09, 2018 6:13PM
The density of silver at room temperature is 10,49 g/cm3.
The relative density is the same.
Pure silver is very hard to find on Earth.
Generally, silver found has a density which ranges from 10 to 12 gram per cubic centimeter based on the amount of impurity.