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Science 3

Metals, no metals, and metalloids

Metals An element that is generally shiny, and is a good conductor of electricity and thermal energy.
Physical properties Characteristics of matter that you can observe or measure without changing the identity.
Nonmetals An element that has no metallic properties.
Metalloids An element that has physical and chemical properties of both metals and nonmetals.
Luster The way a mineral reflects or absorbs light at it's surface.
Malleability The ability of a substance to be hammered or rolled into sheets.
Magnetism An invisible force caused by the unique properties of certain metals.
Demonstrate To show clearly
Analyze Use graphs, charts, tables to show your data and any patterns, include units labels and titles.
Compare To examine for similarities or differences.
Conductivity The ability to move heat or electricity from one place to another.
Created by: Cchavez77