What liquid is more dense than water?

Asked by Jayda Carrillo

Glycerol (or Glycerin) is more dense than water (1.26 g/cc). One could argue that glass is a very slow-moving, viscous liquid (although it has lots of properties of a solid, like rigidity). It’s more dense than water. Even saltwater is more dense than water.

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