## How to calculate the density of a metal?

The table below lists density of different metals including common metals and less common metals in g/cm3, kg/m3, lb/in3, lb/ft3.

### How many different materials can a density unit be entered into?

Of course, an assumption is that these substances don’t react chemically with each other (also don’t form an alloy) and mix well. Up to five different materials with mass, volume and density can be entered. Mass and volume can have any unit, as long as it is the same for every material. The density unit results from these two.

#### How is the density of a substance represented?

Density is also called as unit weight of substance. It is represented by symbol called row ( p). Density represents the degree of compactness of material. If the material is of more density, it is more compacted material.

**How to calculate the density of a mix?**

Please enter of each material two of the three values, the third value as well as total mass, volume and the density of the mix will be calculated. Density is mass per volume, a common unit is g/cm³. Then, mass is in grams, volume in cubic centimeters.

**What metal has the lowest density?**

The alkali metals have low densities compared to most other metals (they feel lighter). You can see from the graph that lithium, at the top of Group 1, has the lowest density in the group.

## What do metals have low density?

Density of metals can be calculated equation ρ=m/V. Metals like Zirconium, Lanthanum, Lutetium, Vanadium, Yttrium have very low value of density. According to the study of chemical elements, all elements are mainly classified into three main types, i.e. metals, nonmetals and metalloids.

### What is the density of construction materials?

Density of construction material in Kg/m3 and lbs/ft3 Density of different material Concrete 2300 Kg/M3 Asphalt 700 Kg/M3, 45 lb/tf3 Bricks 1500 – 1800 Kg/M3 , 93.64 – (-112.3) lb/tf3 Cements 1400 Kg/M3, 89.8 lb/tf3 Clay (soil) 1800 Kg/M3, 112.3 lb/tf3 Cement mortar 2080 Kg/M3, 129.8 lb/tf3 Concrete ( reinforced) 2500 Kg/M3, 156 lb/tf3 Gypsum 1200 Kg/M3 Sand 1650 Kg/M3 Concrete Blocks 1400 Kg/M3

#### What is the density of alloys?

The density of the alloy is its mass (100g) divided by its volume (11.76 cc) or 100/11.76 g/cc = 8.50 g/cc. In general then, the equation to calculate density is 1/Dalloy = Mass Fraction Metal 1/Dmetal 1 + Mass Fraction Metal 2/Dmetal 2.