The highest density is present in Diamond. Between 3150 and 3530 kilogrammes per cubic metre describe its density. The density of a substance indicates how dense it is in a given area. Mass per unit volume is the definition of a material's density. In essence, density is a measurement of how closely stuff is packed. It is a particular physical characteristic of a specific thing. The Greek scientist Archimedes made the discovery of the density principle. If you are familiar with the formula and the relevant units, calculating density is simple. The letter D can also be used to signify density instead of the symbol.
A substance's density is defined as its mass per unit volume.
An allotrope of carbon is diamond.
Of all known materials, diamond is the hardest, with the highest thermal conductivity and least compressible properties.
Graphite is a smooth, electrically conductive type of crystalline carbon that is found in nature and is used in pencils and grease.
Which of the following has the Highest Density? 1. Coke 2. Graphite 3. Charcoal 4. Diamond
Diamond has the highest density. The density lies between 3150 and 3530 kilogrammes per cubic metre