Published: Jan 2000
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Lead is a soft malleable element extracted from the ore galena. It is bluish-white-gray in appearance and has a wide variety of uses. It has been used in many products for both the home and the workplace. Some of the more common uses of lead include containers and pipes for liquids, solder, paint, bullets, radiation shielding, lead acid batteries, and antiknock compound used in gasoline.