Coin Silver
0.978 times as heavy as Fine Silver
0.995 times as hefty as Sterling silver-
Sterling Silver
0.987 times as heavy as Fine Silver
1.005 times as hefty as Coin Silver
0.899 times as heavy as 10K Yellow Gold
0.796 times as heavy as 14K Yellow Gold
0.668 times as hefty as 18K Yellow Gold
0.485 times as heavy as Platinum
1.189 times as heavy as 18% Nickel Silver
1.228 times as heavy as Brass
1.182 times as heavy as Bronze
1.425 times as hefty as Pewter
10K Yellow Gold
0.885 times as heavy as 14K Yellow Gold
0.743 times as hefty as 18K Yellow Gold
1.049 times as hefty as 10K eco-friendly Gold
1.045 times as heavy as 10K White Gold
0.539 times as heavy as Platinum
0.964 times as hefty as Palladium
1.018 times as hefty as Lead
1.366 times as heavy as Brass
1.113 times as heavy as Sterling silver-
14K Yellow Gold
0.839 times as hefty as 18K Yellow Gold
0.920 times as hefty as 14K eco-friendly Gold
1.036 times as hefty as 14K White Gold
1.130 times as heavy as 10K Yellow Gold
0.609 times as heavy as Platinum
1.089 times as heavy as Palladium
1.151 times as heavy as Lead
1.543 times as heavy as Brass
1.257 times as heavy as Sterling Silver
18K Yellow Gold
0.980 times as hefty as 18K environment-friendly Gold
1.064 times as heavy as 18K White Gold
1.192 times as heavy as 14K Yellow Gold
0.726 times as heavy as Platinum
1.298 times as hefty as Palladium
1.371 times as heavy as Lead
1.839 times as hefty as Brass
1.498 times as hefty as Sterling silver
Platinum
1.788 times as hefty as Palladium
0.958 times as heavy as Iridium
0.998 times as hefty as 5% Iridium Platinum
0.996 times as heavy as 10% Iridium Platinum
0.994 times as hefty as 15% Iridium Platinum
1.716 times as hefty as Rhodium
1.758 times as hefty as Ruthenium
0.954 times as hefty as Osmium
2.063 times as heavy as Sterling silver-

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The specific gravity that a steel or alloy is simply the load in grams of one cubic centimeter. When it is an ext convenient to occupational in trojan weights, the number of ounces every cubic inch of any metal or alloy might be discovered by multiplying its certain gravity by the constant 0.52686. For example, the specific gravity that 14K yellow gold is 13.07. Multiply this through 0.52686 = 6.88606 which is its weight in troy ounces every cubic inch.