S: Baby Boy
BC: Luke | Larry | Lead
FC: Luke Larry Lead
1: Luke Larry Leads Information | Name: Nickname: Birth Date: Birth Weight Birth Height Race: Attending Physician: Gender: Place of Birth: Personality: | Luke Larry Lead Peanut butter 7,000 BC 207.2 amu 82 in metal unknown solid unknown Mp - 327.5 F Bp - 1750 C
2: SOLID STATES OF METAL Certification Report of Birth of a Solid States Citizen | This is to certify the birth of; Born At: On Nickname Race Sex | Luke Larry Lead Unknown 7,000 BC Peanut Butter Metal Solid | Important Information | Birth weight: Birth Height: | 207.2 amu 82 in
3: Little L's First Photo
4: THE CARBON FAMILY | Original Family Name: The Carbon Family Lives On: Leads Brothers and Sisters: | Unknown Solid Metals Road Sally Silicon, Timmy Tin, Germain Germanium Cole Carbon | Our Family | We are the carbon Family. We are related in the Periodic Table, and we are in our own column. We live on Solid Metals Road in the Solid States of Metal. We all have four electrons in our outer shell, we are all not reactive and don't like to mix, we have widely variable physical, and chemical properties, and lead and tin are from ionic compounds.
5: Luke's Future | Luke is most likely to be a plumber because of his work with pipes. He will most likely be a plumber because he works and smelts into pipes, he knows how to help make batteries , so electronics, and he knows to build smelt into pipes. | Luke's second job would be a mechanic, because he can make himself into lead tools. Also, he is one of the only types of metals that are most comanly used in tools.
6: Luke's Day Outside | Luke is a great boy, but he needed fresh air, so we took him outside to play. Luke loves to play in abandoned mines, industrial lead sites, and lead smelters. So if he goes missing we know where to find him! Lead is not bonding very well with the other elements. He loves to \hang around lead pipes, and tools too! It's important for lead to know about his culture, because he can build, and fuel.
7: Sources | 1. Pixie 2.http://www.webelements.com/ 3.http://www.chemicool.com 4.Lead Google Search 5. www.chemistryexplained.com/elements/L-P/Lead.html#b 6.www.livescience.com/39304-facts-about-lead.html 7.Google Images