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Iron is a silver solid at room temperature. Iron will conduct electricity however not as well as copper. Iron is a metal.
Oxygen is a non metal and is unable to conduct electricity.
Sulfur is a yellow solid a is a colourless gas at room temperature. Oxygent room temperature. Sulfur is a non metal and is unable to conduct electricity.
Chlorine is a yellow/green gas at room temperature. It is also a non metal and is unable to conduct electricity
Copper is a pink, solid at room temperature. Copper is a very conductive metal so it is used it most electrical wiring.
Discuss factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction The rate of a reaction increases if: the temperature is increased the concentration of a dissolved reactant is increased solid reactants are broken into smaller pieces a catalyst is used
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