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  1. #1 Density of liquids/gels 
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    i was wondeing if anyone has a list or any idea of the heaviest/densest liquids/gels which are harmless and therefore require no saftey equipment or hazard warnings or health n saftey worries. the main aim of the substance being to add weight whilst still being pliable?? and to be at room temperature! ideally it will be a gel so as to not create imbalance when movement occurs ie by movemnt of the substance which is what happens with liquids when movement occurs.


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    You might add 'at room temperature' to be specific otherwise....


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    i think lead is considered the densest liquid. I hear somewhere lead is considered a liquid but like glass a very slow moving liquid
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    lead and glass are liquids?
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    No,

    Glass just has no point at where it seems to go solid (as it's cooling).

    He's wrong about lead though, that has a specific melting point.
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    none of the answers help me but thanks anyway. the substance i want to find is a gel more than a liquid that is heavy yet stable. the point being to add weight as i have said but to not effect movement either by restricting it or continuing/ making it or making it uneven like liquid does. by that i mean like if u move a container of liquid then stop the liquid will continue moving in that direction once the force has stopped being applied and i do not want this property hence a gel substance is needed that would not continue to move in the direction once the force has stop being applied. idealy im looking for a substance similar to silicon in the form it is used in implants like a solid jelly but it needs to be heavier/denser than silicon.
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