Where Is Lead Found in the World?


Lead is a chemical element found in ore extracted together with metals like silver, zinc and copper. As of 2008, Sweden, Mexico, China and USA were the top lead producing countries.
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Pencils, Paint, Your baby's toys from China. Hopefully, not your baby.
Radon, to some degree, can be found in anywhere. It is more common in granite-based soil, but traces of the gas can be found in almost any location. Areas where petroleum is found
Hsinchu Science Park in Hsinchu, Taiwan. http://en.wikipedia.org/w. iki/Hsi. For more detail. http://www.sipa.gov.tw/en. glish/h.
inside every PENCIL ever made, and in a lot of the old gasoline (the additive was called tetra ethyl lead) Source(s): my father's company sold this stuff to oil companies before it
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Lead is rarely found free in nature and is almost always found in ores like copper, zinc and silver. Lead can be found in Australia, Mexico, Germany, France and the United States.
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