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Atomic Theory P1

Organization of Periodic Table/Particles

TermDefinition
Metals Found on the left of the periodic table
Metalliods Zig Zag line on the table, in the middle/right
Non-Metals Found on the far right of the periodic table
Luster Characteristics of metals and it means to shine
Malleable Characteristics of metals and it means to be able to be flatten without crumbling
Ductile Characteristic of metals and it means to be able to be drawn out into a thin wire
Semiconductor Characteristics of metalloids and it means to conduct heat and electricity sometimes
brittle Characteristics of nonmetals and it means to crumble
Dull Characteristics of nonmetals and it means that is has no luster
Corrosive Characteristics of metals, it is the ability to rust
Melting State of matter change, occurs when a solid goes to a liquid
Boiling State of matter occurs when the temperature of the liquid gets greater than the gas
Evaporation State of matter change occurs when the temperate of the liquid throughout of the liquid
Freezing state of matter change when a liquid goes to a solid
Condensation State of matter change when a gas goes to a liquid
Deposition State of matter when a gas goes to a solid
Sublimation State of matter when a solid goes to a liquid
Created by: mm62260