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`muD("Tin" ) = "7280.0 kg/m"³`

7280.0

The **Mean Density of Tin** is 7280.0 kg/m³.

The mean density, or more precisely, the mean volumetric mass density, of a substance is the average mass per unit volume of a substance in its most common or naturally occurring state. The vCalc symbol for mean density is `muD`. The standard units for mean density are kilograms per cubic meter. However, vCalc provides automatic conversions to other units via the pull-down menu including:

- (lb/ft
^{3}): pound per cubic foot - (g/cm
^{3}): grams per cubic centimeter - (t/m
^{3}): metric tons per cubic meter - (ton/yd
^{3}): tons (U.S.) per cubic yard - (oz/in
^{3}): ounces per cubic inch

For the mean densities of other substances click HERE, or to see a library containing the individual mean densities of 500+ other substances click HERE.

- Mean Density Lookup: This function allows the user to choose from over 500 substances and provides the mean density.

Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Density