What Is Calcium State at Room Temp?

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At room temperature calcium is mostly found in solid state. It is usually in a soft grey solid and it is the most abundant element in the earth crusts. The element is able to form compounds by reacting with oxygen and water.
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Calcium is the fifth most abundant element in the earth's crust. It is never found free in nature since it easily forms compounds by reacting with oxygen and water. It is solid at room temperature.
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