b. Michael Douglas ANSWER: Michael Keaton
c. Steveland Judkins ANSWER: Stevie Wonder
30pts: Peter Jacob Hjeml, upon purifying it in 1782, gave it a name derived from “lead” in Greek.
20pts: It is used as an alloying agent to add strength to steel. It adds hot strength and corrosion resistance. It has an atomic weight of 95.94 amu.
10pts: Due to its high melting point, it is used as a heating element in electric furnaces. It is also found in some forms of stainless steel and chrome for accenting way-cool cars.