What Is the Heaviest Metal on Earth?


Osmium is the heaviest metal fund on earth. It is a hard, brittle and blue-black transition metal that is classified under the platinum family with a density of 22.59 grams per cubic centimetre. It is mostly found in platinum ores.
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Osmium is the heaviest or densest metal on earth followed closely by iridium. It is twice as dense as lead. It is found as an alloy in platinum ores. Its density is 22.61 gm/cm.
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