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buying boulders 24-Jun-2013 At 11:46:42 AM Snappy
On 24/06/2013 One Day Hero wrote:
>On 24/06/2013 Cool Hand Lock wrote:
>>rock weights about 1.6kg/litre. I think.
>Really? Is that what you think?

According to wikipedia; granite is 2.65-2.75g/cm^3.

Which would make it 2650kg per m^3.

Granite is among the more dense rock, so you would expect sandstone/trachyte boulders to be a little lighter. Although then you would have to bubble wrap them as they are more fragile... :)

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