What Is the Appearance of Sodium?

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At normal temperature and pressure, sodium is a soft metal that can be cut readily using a knife and is a fine conductor of electricity. Sodium has a bright, silvery shine that rapidly tarnishes and makes a white oxide layer. However, these properties change at raised pressures.
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