Silvery Metal Submerged in Oil?

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Potassium is a silvery metal that is submerged in oil. It typically comes in a glass vial. Potassium is packaged in oil due to its high level of reactivity.
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i'm pretty sure it Potassium.
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It could be sodium, which is silver-colored and
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Liquid metal.
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You could be talking about Sodium. Since it reacts with air and water, then it usually comes in vials of oil. It looks llike a lump of silvery metal when seen through the vial also.
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Potassium is the answer your looking for.edit- Sodium is delivered in oil and usually comes in a glass vial when you buy it. This because it reacts with both air ...
It could be sodium, which is silver-colored and ...
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