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Melting point and density

Name Latin term Chemical symbol Melting point Density
Cadmium Cadmium Cd 321 °C 8,6 g/cm³
Silver Argentum Ag 960,5 °C 10,5-10,6 g/cm³
Platinum Platinum Pt 1764 °C 21,5 g/cm³
Palladium - Pd 1555 °C 11,8 g/cm³
Iridium - Ir 2350 °C 22,4 g/cm³
Osmium - Os 2500 °C 22,5 g/cm³
Ruthenium - Ru 2450 °C 12,3 g/cm³
Rhodium - Rh 1970 °C 12,1 g/cm³
Copper Cuprum Cu 1084 °C 8,9 g/cm³
Gold Aurum Au 1064 °C 19,3 g/cm³
Mercury Hydragyrum Hg -39 °C 13,6 g/cm³
Manganese Manganum Mn 1245 °C 7,2 g/cm³
aluminium - Al 658 °C 2,6-2,7 g/cm³
Zinc Zincum Zn 419 °C 7 g/cm³
Iron Ferrum Fe 1520 °C 7,86 g/cm³
Lead Plumbum Pb 327 °C 11,3 g/cm³
Chrome Chromum Cr 1890 °C 7,1 g/cm³
Pewter Stannum Sn 232 °C 7,3 g/cm³
Magnium Magnesium Mg 650 °C 1,74 g/cm³
Lithium - Li 180 °C 0,534 g/cm³
Nickel Nicculum Ni 1452 °C 8,8-9,0 g/cm³
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