At ro om temperature, what phase of matter do most metals exist in?

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Oct 30, 2017

Answer:

Most metals are solid at room temperature.

Explanation:

The only exception at room temperature is mercury -- the stuff used in many thermometers precisely because it's a liquid metal, easy to see in glass, and it has a nearly uniform expansion as a function of temperature.

Gallium becomes a liquid just above room temperature.