Can lead be a liquid?



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    Yes. The temperature in which lead enters its melting point and liquid phase is 621.5F.

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    Yes, it’s strange to think about it, but pretty much everything has a melting point and can be a liquid (or a solid or a gas for that matter [no pun intended, but noticed])… Just think about molten metals and blacksmiths hammering horseshoes or swords, and then think about what happens when they cool — that is a phase change due to the temperature change (energy loss)… If you are interested, find out what plasma really means by reading about the different states of matter.

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