Why Different Liquids Have Different Densities?

Different liquids will have different densities because it is dependent on the molecular structure of the atom. Also, on the distance between these atoms. Therefore, the density is based on the molecular structure of the liquid. For example, hydrogen is less dense than the liquid iron.

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