Which naturally occuring chemical element is the densest?

helium
lead
osmium
platinum
The density of osmium is 22,570 kg/m3, slightly more than Iridium (22,420) and platinum (21,450). Commonly used metals are con­sid­er­ably less dense - the density of iron is 7,870, lead 11,340 and mercury 13,456.

Answers distribution

helium
lead
osmium
platinum
answers
flagSpain
0%
21%
78%
0%
14
flagFinland
11%
0%
77%
11%
18
flagthe United Arab Emirates
0%
0%
75%
25%
12
flagItaly
10%
10%
68%
10%
29
flagGermany
2%
20%
64%
12%
70
flagSingapore
9%
9%
63%
18%
11
flagAustralia
0%
27%
59%
13%
22
flagIndia
6%
17%
54%
20%
175
flagPoland
4%
25%
51%
18%
4793
flagthe United States
4%
24%
49%
20%
326
flagthe United Kingdom
4%
27%
48%
18%
182
flagFrance
0%
13%
46%
40%
15
flagCanada
4%
18%
45%
27%
22
flagUnknown
2%
28%
42%
26%
45
flagPakistan
10%
10%
40%
35%
20
flagNorway
0%
27%
36%
27%
11
flagthe Netherlands
4%
33%
33%
23%
21
flagthe Philippines
3%
26%
30%
30%
26
flagRepublic of Ireland
14%
35%
28%
21%
14
flagMalaysia
20%
6%
26%
46%
15

Gender

men56%
women50%
helium
2%
3%
lead
20%
28%
osmium
56%
50%
platinum
20%
17%

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