MCX Lead Live Chart
The below MCX Lead Live Chart and power levels are updated between 9.15 to 9.30 am everyday. You can make use of the below live charts and power levels to make your own trading decisions.
In this page, you will get detailed information about Lead Futures, such as Lead Futures live quotes / prices and real-time 5 min, 1 hour , historical chart, buy & sell signal levels for intraday, short term positional & long term positional trading.
MCX Lead Price Charts
Commodity Lead Streaming Interactive Real Time 5 Mins Intraday Chart
In the above interactive chart, you will get detailed information about Lead Futures. Such as Lead Futures live quotes / prices and Lead Futures real-time 5 min, 15 min, 1 hour, daily (End of the day), weekly, monthly and historical chart.
Above MCX India lead price chart is powered by Investing com. You can make use of the above interactive chart to draw your own studies and analysis. The default chart pattern is set as candlestick and default time frame is set as 5 mins intraday chart. You can personalize the above lead price chart by modifying the default time frame, default bar's style, adding tools for technical analysis and a lot more, possibilities are limitless.
In the left bottom horizontal bar (image shown below), various time periods are given, one can make use of the time period feature to check the long term historical price chart of lead such as 1 year, 5 years , 10 years, 20 years, even 50 years.
MCX Lead Historical Chart
Lead (Pb) is a bluish white and lustrous metal in the natural state. Known to have poor electrical conductivity, it is a soft, malleable and ductile metal. Its atomic number is eighty two. It is corrosion resistant and but tarnishes easily upon prolonged exposure to air.
It is known that lead may be toxic for human beings and therefore prolonged exposure to this element is not recommended to people.
REACTIVITY & PROPERTIES
It readily reacts with fluorine at room temperature to form lead fluoride. It also reacts with chlorine at a high temperature. It resists sulfuric and phosphoric acids but reacts with hydrochloric or nitric acid.
Natural lead has a silvery lustrous appearance but exposure to moist air tarnishes and it turns into a dull, grey color. Lead displays a close packed molecular structure which gives it a high atomic weight and density. It is known to have a density greater than other metals such as iron, copper and zinc. A low melting point and tensile strength allows lead to be shaped as needed.
The most common ore used to obtain lead is galena. It is also found abundantly in iron, copper and zinc ores. World production of lead is estimated to be six million tons. A large proportion of it is used in industries today is recycled from scrap batteries and pipes.
Countries which mine the most lead in the world are Australia, China, Peru and Canada. Application of lead in gasoline, unnatural occurrences of it have also been seen around the world.
Previously lead was used for making insecticides, hair dyes and gasoline. But these uses are harmful to human beings and have now been prohibited.
Now lead is used commonly in –