Lead has a variety of uses, including soldering, construction, pewters and fusible alloys. It plays a role in the production of lead crystal and has been used to make bullets even before the invention of guns. More »

Lead is a metal that belongs to group 14 on the periodic table. It has an atomic number of 82 and an atomic weight of 207.2 grams per mole. Lead is grayish-white in color, ductile, malleable and a poor electrical conduct... More »

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Lead is a chemical element, so it does not form; however, manufacturers produce it by roasting galena, according to About.com. Galena is one of the lead ores, composed primarily of lead sulfate. More »

Elements from the lanthanide series are used for petroleum production, lasers, magnets, projectors, X-ray screens and as a component of steel and magnesium alloys. The lanthanides are soft, highly reactive metals that bu... More »

Titanium is used in a large variety of sports equipment, medical devices, military aircraft, paints, inks, papers, plastics, food products and artistic and architectural structures. Titanium was used as part of the 2008 ... More »

Lead is a metal that belongs to group 14 on the periodic table. It has an atomic number of 82 and an atomic weight of 207.2 grams per mole. Lead is grayish-white in color, ductile, malleable and a poor electrical conduct... More »

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Lead is one of a handful of elements which were known from ancient times; thus, it was never formally discovered. In fact, alchemists considered lead the oldest metal. More »