The density of tin.
The density of tin:
Density – a scalar physical quantity, defined as the ratio of the mass of the body to occupy this body volume.
To denote the density of the usually used Greek letter ρ.
ρ = m / V where m is body mass, V – its volume.
The density of white tin (ρ) is 7,265 g/cm3 or 7265 kg/m3.
The density of gray tin (ρ) is 5,769 g/cm3 or 5769 kg/m3.
The density of tin is given at normal conditions (according to IUPAC), i.e. at 0 °C and a pressure of 105 (100 000) PA.
For information: 101 325 PA = 1 ATM = 760 mm Hg. article
You must keep in mind that the density of metals can vary depending on environmental conditions (temperature and pressure). The exact value of the density of metals depending on environmental conditions (temperature and pressure) it is necessary to look in directories.
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