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elements & metals

elements, symbols, metals

TermDefinition
Hydrogen H
Sodium Na
Potassium K
Magnesium Mg
Calcium Ca
Iron Fe
Fluorine F
Chlorine Cl
Helium He
Neon Ne
Uranium U
Boron B
C Carbon
Si Silicon
N Nitrogen
P Phosphorus
O Oxygen
Hg Mercury
malleable a term used to describe a material that can be pounded into shapes (Ex: aluminum flattened into a sheet)
ductile a term used to describe a material that can be pulled out into a long wire (Ex: copper, silver)
conductivity the ability of an object to transfer electricity or heat to another object (Ex: copper wire in electrical circuits; a metal spoon in a pot of soup)
semiconductor A material which conducts current under certain conditions (Ex: silicon used in computer chips)
reactivity the ease and speed with which an element combines or reacts with other elements and compounds (alkaline metals are very reactive; noble gases are not)
Created by: Rita.Rogers