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Zinc is a bluish very shiny metal. Its melting point is 419.6°C, its boiling point 907°C. The specific weight is 7.14 g/cm³ (at 25° C).


The red metal fascinates mainly by its excellent electric and thermal conductivity. Moreover, it is highly ductile and deformable.


Externally, lead is a rather inconspicuous, grey metal that melts already at 327.5° C.


Tin is a bright, shiny, silver-white metal whose melting point is 231.9°C, i.e. much lower than that of lead.


Aluminum is a silver-white metal of low density which was not discovered before 1808.


The silvery, shiny, slightly yellowish metal is one of the ferromagnetic metals.

Minor metals

Minor metals play very important role in many technologies of the future.

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