Metals, Non-Metals, and Metalloids

Angelica Fleming


Niobium has lots of physical properties. It is malleable because it can be hammered into thin sheets. It has a good luster (shininess). Niobium is also a good conductor of heat and electricity.
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Sulfur has no luster, it is very dull. It is brittle so it breaks easily. Sulfur is a poor conductor of heat and electricity. These are three physical properties of sulfur.

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Metalloids can be shiny or dull. They are solids and are malleable. They conduct heat and electricity better than non-metals, but not as well as metals.
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