Density

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Density is a property of matter that describes the amount of mass occupying a particular volume of space. A high-density object is heavier than a low-density object of the same size.

Densities of typical materials

  • Air - 0.0013 g/cm3
  • Styrofoam - 0.035 g/cm3
  • Water - 1 g/cm3
  • Steltexolite - 1.76 g/cm3
  • Chobham Armor - 2.22 g/cm3
  • Aluminum - 2.66 g/cm3
  • Honeycombed Aluminum - 2.76 g/cm3
  • 1990s Explosive Reactive Armor - 2.96 g/cm3
  • Alumina-based Ceramics - 3.58 g/cm3
  • Titanium - 4.5 g/cm3
  • Rolled Homogenous Armor (Face Hardened) - 7.82 g/cm3
  • Rolled Homogenous Armor (Rolled)- 7.85 g/cm3
  • Rolled Homogenous Armor (Cast) - 7.86 g/cm3
  • Mild Steel - 7.87 g/cm3
  • Non-Explosive Reactive Armor (Rubber) - 8.75 g/cm3
  • Lead - 11.34 g/cm3
  • Depleted Uranium - 18.6 g/cm3
  • Tungsten - 19.25 g/cm3
  • Iridium - 22.65 g/cm3
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