Metal,NonMetal,and Metalloid

By:mateus

Metals:Gold

  • Here are 3 of my Physical Properties of Metals for my picture:
  • Gold is both malleable and ductile.
  • Gold is a soft metal.
  • Gold is a heavy metal and one gram of gold can be hammered out into a thin sheet of gold a metre in area.
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Non-Metals:Sulfur

Here are 3 of my Physical Properties of Metals for my picture:

-Sulfur is a bright yellow crystalline solid when at room temperature.

-Sulfur or Sulphur is a chemical element with the symbol S and atomic number 16.

-It has a sharp, offensive odor. When it burns, it gives off a strong, suffocating smell.

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Metalloids:Boron

Here are 3 of my Physical Properties of Metals for my picture:

-One property of special importance is boron's ability to absorb neutrons. Neutrons are subatomic particles with no charge that occur in the nucleus of nearly all atoms. Boron atoms are able to absorb a large number of neutrons.

-Boron is the first element in Group 13 of the periodic table.

-At room temperature, it is a poor electrical conductor, but it is a good conductor at high temperatures.

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