Table of Density

Material Density, kg/m3
Water 958 ... 1000
Milk 1027 ... 1033
Sand 1300 ... 1800
Steel 7700 ... 7900
Concrete 1400 ... 2600
Diesel 830 ... 860
Kerosene 780 ... 830
Petrol 700 ... 780




Material Density, kg/m3
(average value)
Azote 1.251
Ice 917
Antifreeze 1112
Alcohol 789
Paint 1300
Methane 0.6682
Propane 1.864
Diesel fuel 860
Milk 1030
Oil 850
Kerosene 810
Petrol 750
Air 1.928
Butter 920
Steel 7800
Cast iron 7300
Bronze 8600
Brass 8500
Copper 8900
Fluoroplast 1400
Viniplast 1450
Polyvinyl chloride 1400
Polyamide 1150
Caprolon 1150
Polycarbonate 1200
Polypropylene 900
Polyethylene 960
Polystyrene 1050
Fiberglass 1900
Rubber 1050
Glass 2500
Tungsten 19300
Gold 19300
Indium 7300
Cadmium 8640
Tin 7300
Paladius 12160
Platinum 21450
Lead 11400
Silver 11500
Zinc 7130
Wood, cork 480
Wood, larch 660
Wood, linden 530
Wood, spruce 450
Wood, pine 520
Wood, birch 650
Wood, bud 690
Paper 1100
Rubber 1800
Brick 1800
Porcelain 2300
Concrete 2400
Cement 2900
Liquid Hydrogen 70
Ether 740
Gasoline 760
Kerosene 810
Diesel fuel 850
Acetone 795
Methyl alcohol 810
Oil 950
Sunflower oil 915
Olive oil 920
Water 1000
Sea water 1025
Glycerin 1260
Sulfuric acid 1840
Mercury 13600
Sand 1800
Crushed stone 1400
Asphalt 1090
Garbage 250
Gravel 1600
Primer 1800
Stone 2400
Slag 3500
Manure 800
Clay 1600
Grain 600
Snow 250
Nitrogen 1.251
Ammonia 0.7714
Argon 1.7839
Acetylene 1.1709
Hydrogen 0.08987
Air 1.2928
Helium 0.1785
Nitrous oxide 1.978
Oxygen 1.429
Krypton 3.74
Xenon 5.89
Methane 0.7168
Neon 0.8999
Ozone 2.22
Nitric Oxide 1.3402
Propane 2.0037
Radon 9.73
Trimethylamine 2.58
Carbon dioxide 1.9768
Carbon monoxide 1.25
Carbon dioxide 2.72
Phosphorous fluoride 3.907
Fluorine 1.695
Nitrogen fluoride 2.9
Chlorine 3.22
Dioxide of chlorine 3.09
Chlorine oxide 3.89
Ethane 1.356

The densities of all substances on this page. Tables are periodically updated.

Density is usually indicated under normal of conditions (Pressure = 1 bar; Temperature = 273.15 K).

If you need to simultaneously convert several units of measurement, use Universal Unit Converter.

The density table is necessary, for example, for conversion liters to kg, kg to m3 and m3 to tonnes.