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Name a Soft Metal?

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One of the major soft metals is gold. Pure gold, which also known as 24 Karat gold, is too soft to be used by itself in jewelry or other applications. It must be combined with additional metals or other materials. Other soft metals include barium which is silver-white in color, potassium, and lithium. Potassium is white and is used in combination with other materials to make both soap and fertilizer. Lithium is also silver-white in color, and is even softer than gold or barium.
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