# What is the density of steel in G cm3?

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Steel has an approximate density of 8

**g/cm3**. With there being 1000 mm3 to one cm3, the density is 0.008g/mm3 for aluminum, which equates to 0.000008kg/mm3.

Subsequently, one may also ask, what is the density of a steel?

The **density** of **steel** varies based on the alloying constituents but usually ranges between 7,750 and 8,050 kg/m^{3} (484 and 503 lb/cu ft), or 7.75 and 8.05 g/cm^{3} (4.48 and 4.65 oz/cu in).

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Just so, what is the density of metal in G cm3?

metal | g/cm^{3} | lb/in^{3} |
---|---|---|

aluminum | 2.70 | 0.098 |

zinc | 7.13 | 0.258 |

iron | 7.87 | 0.284 |

copper | 8.96 | 0.324 |

The **density of a metal** refers to how much a certain amount of it weights. The **density** is a physical property of the **metal** that remains constant no matter how much or how little the **metal** you have. You can calculate the **density** by measuring the volume and mass of the **metal** in question.