The lightest metal in the Periodic Table is lithium (Li) with atomic number 3 density 0.53 kg/L.
However, the metal with the highest strength to weight ratio is titanium (Ti).
Lithium metal is extremely soft (and highly reactive) and so is unusable for many applications, but one atom of Li weighs 1/7th of an atom of Ti.
Aluminum is a light metal but it is not the lightest. The lightest metal is lithium.
lithium is lightest metal.
The lightest liquid metal is mercury.
The lightest element would be helium
Lithium is the lightest metal in the world
The lightest metal is lithium.
Lithium is the lightest metal, Potassium is the second lightest -- density about 0.86 kg/L
The lightest 'non-metal' could be Hydrogen and Helium! Both are gases, and therefore, not a metal.
lithium is the lightest metal in modern periodic table
Lithium is the lightest.
No - the lightest elements are hydrogen and helium. Although lithium is a lightest metal and the lightest element that is a solid at room temperature.
The lightest alkaline earth metals is Beryllium
In the U.S., zinc is the lightest metal currently used. Cents are 97.5% zinc with only a small amount of copper plating. However worldwide, aluminum is the lightest metal used for coinage.
it is titanium
Lithium is the lightest element metal with a relative atomic mass of 7 (3 protons, 4 neutrons).
Lithium is the lightest metallic element. Its atomic weight is 6.491.
Lithium is a soft white alkali metal that is the lightest metal under standard conditions. It is also the least dense solid element.
With a density of 0,534 g/cm3 lithium is the lightest between metals.