Are gases denser than liquids and solids?
Aug 16, 2017
In fact, gases have densities THOUSANDS of times lower than liquids and solids. Gases generally have little intermolecular forces going on, which is why they are freely-moving particles in the first place.
- The density of
#"H"_2(g)#is about #"0.08988 g/dm"^3#at STP.
- The density for water at STP is
- The density of gold, one of the softest metals, at room temperature and pressure, is