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Metals, Non-Metals, and Metaloids

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Mike Klinger

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Transcript of Metals, Non-Metals, and Metaloids

Metals, Non-Metals, and Metalloids
Properties of Metals
Some of the propertes of metals are luster, mallibility, and ductilicity. Metals are also good conductors of heat and electricity.
Non-Metals
One property of non-metals is that they are not solid. They are brittle, and they are not shiny. They also do not conduct electricity and heat very well.
Metalloids
Metalloids are solid at room temperature. They can be either shiny or dull, and can conduct electricity. However, they do not do a good job of conducting heat. They are also brittle and not ductile.
E-Learning Project
Mike Klinger
11/5/13
E-Learning Project
Chemistry Period 3
Springer
Their Location on the Periodic Table
The metals are located on the left-most side of the periodic table. (Pink)
The non-metals are located on the right-most side of the periodic table. (Green)
The Metalloids are located in between the metals and non-metals on the periodic table. (Brown)
The topic that I chose was to compare the properties of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids and their locations on the Periodic Table
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