Periodic table with Density in g/cm3 (Labeled HD Image)

Periodic table with density

The above image clearly shows you the Periodic table with Density (in g/cm3 at 20 °C) labeled on it. The densities marked with * are in g/L at 0 °C and 1 atm.

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There are many more labeled Periodic table with densities given below.

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Periodic table with Density (Circular tile)

density in periodic table

Periodic table with Density and blocks

density periodic table

The elements in yellow colour are the s-block elements.

Orange colored elements are p-block elements.

Green colored elements are d-block elements and purple elements are the f-block elements.

Black and White

periodic table density

With circular tile (black and white)

periodic table density chart

Yellow colored Periodic table

density of elements in periodic table

Density of Elements (List)

List of elements with their density values in g/cm3 are given below.

Densities of few elements (generally gaseous elements) are mentioned in g/L and those values are at 0° C temperature and 101.325 kPa pressure.

Atomic numberElementsDensity
1Density of Hydrogen (H)0.0899 g/L
(note) This density is at 0 °C temperature and 101.325 kPa pressure
2Density of Helium (He)0.179 g/L
(note) This density is at 0 °C temperature and 101.325 kPa pressure
3Density of Lithium (Li)0.535 g/cm3
4Density of Beryllium (Be)1.85 g/cm3
5Density of Boron (B)2.47 g/cm3
6Density of Carbon (C)2.26 g/cm
(note) This value is for the graphite allotrope of carbon. The diamond allotrope has the density of 3.51 g/cm3
7Density of Nitrogen (N)1.25 g/L
(note) This density is at 0 °C temperature and 101.325 kPa pressure
8Density of Oxygen (O)1.43 g/L
(note) This density is at 0 °C temperature and 101.325 kPa pressure
9Density of Fluorine (F)1.67 g/L
(note) This density is at 0 °C temperature and 101.325 kPa pressure
10Density of Neon (Ne)0.9 g/L
(note) This density is at 0 °C temperature and 101.325 kPa pressure
11Density of Sodium (Na)0.968 g/cm3
12Density of Magnesium (Mg)1.74 g/cm3
13Density of Aluminum (Al)2.7 g/cm3
14Density of Silicon (Si)2.33 g/cm3
15Density of Phosphorus (P)1.823 g/cm3
16Density of Sulfur (S)1.96 g/cm3
17Density of Chlorine (Cl)3.214 g/L
(note) This density is at 0 °C temperature and 101.325 kPa pressure
18Density of Argon (Ar)1.79 g/L
(note) This density is at 0 °C temperature and 101.325 kPa pressure
19Density of Potassium (K)0.856 g/cm3
20Density of Calcium (Ca)1.55 g/cm3
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These are the densities of first 20 Elements of the periodic table.

But if you want to see the Density of all the 118 elements, then visit: Density of all elements (complete chart).

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External resources:
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