Negative Impacts of Lead Benefits of Lead Usage Properties and Info Fun Facts
100
Lead diseases can cause increased medical and education costs.
Lead diseases can cause increased _ and _ costs.
100
Melting point
Lead has a low _______ _____ which makes it easy to shape into objects.
100
82
What is lead's atomic number?
100
A bullet.
Two grams of lead is lethal when it is delivered through a ______.
200
They have low birth weights.
What happens to infants that are born with lead disease?
200
Car's Battery
The largest use for lead is in a ____ _______
200
No
Is lead flammable?
200
White
Most compounds that contain lead are usually _____.
300
Children with lead poising go through more social outbursts than regular children.
Children with lead poisoning go through more ____ _____ than regular children.
300
Corrosive liquids
Lead is also used to store _________ _______
300
Powdery
Lead has a _______ texture.
300
No
Do pencils contain lead?
400
Calcium and other essential nutrients.
What does our system confuse lead for when it enters our body?
400
Arthritis, upset stomachs, and infertility.
Lead is used in medication for........
400
False, lead is not radioactive, alloyed, or not.
True or false: Lead is radioactive when alloyed.
400
Ancient Egyptians
Who were the first people to use lead cosmetically?
500
Animals : Trouble breathing, paralysis, seizures, blindness, and eventually death.
Plants: Restricted root elongation, seedling development, and have their DNA damaged.
Name three effects on plants or animals that have been infected by lead.
500
Weights, sheets, batteries.
Name two things that lead is used in.
500
Lead is a soft metal
Is lead a soft or hard metal?
500
True
True or false: Lead bullets have been used before the invention of guns.




The Usage of lead

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