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topic 8969

Most dense metals


(2001)

Dear person,

I would like a list of the ten most dense metals, including mercury and gold ......

Thank you

Willy Davis
- Toutle, Washington, USA


(2001)

Greetings back atcha, Comrade!

Hmmm, most dense metals...

I'd go with:

1. Osmium
2. Osmium- 1% Iridium
3. Osmium- 2% Iridium
4. Osmium- 3% Iridium
5. Osmium- 4% Iridium
6. Osmium- 5% Iridium
7. Osmium- 6% Iridium
8. Osmium- 7% Iridium
9. Osmium- 8% Iridium
10. Osmium- 9% Iridium

You can likely guess my next 91 choicesÖ If you're looking for elemental data, I'd strongly recommend going to www.webelements.com/, a superb compilation.

Good luck!

lee gearhart
Lee Gearhart
metallurgist




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