An alloy has a density is #8*g*mL^-1#. What is the possible identity of the metal?

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Feb 7, 2016

Answer:

A metal, or alloy, whose density is #8# #g*mL^-1#. Well, you got me there?

Explanation:

I think the densities of precious metals are greater than #8# #g*mL^-1#. And I don't know that I could find an element whose element is #8# #g*mL^-1#; I could probably make an alloy that had that density, but you would have to experiment.