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Metal, Nonmetal, Metalloid Flipbook
Metal: Physical Properties*Hardness *Shiny Luster *Malleable * Some are Magnetic *High Melting Point *Conductor of Electricity & Heat
*Some are reactive while others are not *Corrosive= destroys metalMetal: Chemical Properties *Some are reactive while others are not *Corrosive= destroys metal
*Gold Au *Iron Fe *Aluminum Al *Mercury HgMetal Examples *Gold Au *Iron Fe *Aluminum Al *Mercury Hg
Metalloid: Physical Properties*have some characteristics of metals and nonmetals *some conduct electricity *Some are semiconductors (Ex: computer chips)
Metalloid: Chemical Properties*Vary
*Boron B *Silicon Si *Arsenic As *Germanium GeMetalloid Examples *Boron B *Silicon Si *Arsenic As *Germanium Ge
Nonmetal: Physical Properties*Dull *Brittle *Low Boiling Point *Low Density *Poor Conductor of Heat & Electricity (Insulator)
*Forms compounds easily except Group 18Nonmetal: Chemical Properties *Forms compounds easily except Group 18
*Carbon C *Hydrogen H *Nitrogen N *Helium He *Oxygen O *Neon NeNonmetal Examples *Carbon C *Hydrogen H *Nitrogen N *Helium He *Oxygen O *Neon Ne
5.3 Chemical Families.
Beta Science Mr. McMartin
Chapter 3, Section 4 Non-Metals and Metalloids Tuesday, November 17, 2009 Pages
Metals Next Aluminum (Al) Gold (Au) Metals are on the left side of the periodic table. They are malleable (can be pounded or rolled into sheets without.
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Periodic Table Part 2 Sections of the Periodic Table
Aim: How can we compare metals, non-metals, and metalloids?
1 METALS & NONMETALS Where are the metals and nonmetals on the PT? What are the properties of metals and nonmetals? What are metalloids?
9th Grade Science Mr. Opatrny Some images are from
The Periodic Table of Elements
Elements, Compounds, & Mixtures. ELEMENTS A pure form of matter consists of only one type of atom 118 elements known to man (March 2010) 94 = naturally.
Elements An element is a pure substance that cannot be separated into simpler substances by physical or chemical means An element is a pure substance that.
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Elements can be divided into metals non-metals Aluminium is a typical metal Chlorine is a gas at room temperature and pressure.
Metals, Nonmetals and Metalloids
Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids
METALS What are Metals? Metals are elements which have the following Physical Properties: Shininess Malleability - Can be pounded into shapes Hardness.
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