Question #46a08

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Jul 29, 2017

No metals are gasses, only one (I believe) is liquid, and that's mercury.


The metallic bond is generally quite strong, so it takes quite a lot of thermal motion (heat) to melt most of them. Gallium is cool, it melts at 29.8 degrees centigrade so will literally melt in your hand see a video here: