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Symbol for Hydrogen H
Symbol for Helium He
Symbol for Lithium Li
Symbol for Beryllium Be
Symbol for Boron B
Symbol for Carbon C
Symbol for Nitrogen N
Symbol for Oxygen O
Symbol for Fluorine F
Symbol for Neon Ne
Symbol for Sodium Na
Symbol for Magnesium Mg
Symbol for Aluminum Al
Symbol for Silicon Si
Symbol for Phosphorus P
Symbol for Sulfur S
Symbol for Chlorine Cl
Symbol for Argon Ar
Symbol for Potassium K
Symbol for Calcium Ca
Physical property of metal that means shiny Luster
Physical property of metal that means it can be flattened or shaped Malleability
Physical property of metal that means it can be drawn into wires Ductility
Physical property of metal that means it can transmit heat and electricity Conductivity
Physical property of nonmetal that means it is NOT shiny, and has no luster Dull
Solid nonmetals and metalloids break up into smaller pieces under pressure; this means they are ___________. Brittle
Elements that are found on the stair-step section of the Periodic Table Metalloids
Most elements on the Periodic Table are metals, metalloids, or nonmetals? Metals
Most nonmetals exists as a gas or as a solid? Gas
Metalloids are not conductors; they are ______ conductors Semi
Who is considered the inventor of the Periodic Table? Dmitri Mendeleev
Who won two Nobel prizes as she discovered and worked with radioactive elements? Marie Curie
What is the most abundant element in the atmosphere? Nitrogen
Nonmetals are considered insulators; this means they are poor _____________ of heat and electricity. Conductors
Models that show atoms that are spread far apart represent solids, liquids, or gases? Gases
Elements are pure substances; this means they are made up of only _______ kind of atom. One
Created by: Pullen