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First, two things. 1) Since brass is a solid at standard temperature and pressure, it is unusual to specify its density in fluid volume units, such as gallons. 2) Brass is an alloy comprising differing amounts of different metals, so its density must be specified as a range. Brass is about 8.5 times denser than water. It has a density of 8.4 to 8.75 grams per cubic centimeter. That translates to 70 to 73 pounds per US gallon.

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