What's the most dense object in the world?
The densest known material is the metallic element osmium, which packs 22 grams into one cubic centimeter, or more than 100 grams into a teaspoonful. However, the Large Hadron Collider can smash atoms together and for a fraction of a second, can produce materials the density of neutron stars.
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