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Atomic Theory Part 1

Organization of Periodic Table/Particlles

TermDefinition
Metals Found on the left of the Periodic Table.
Metalloids Zig Zag line in the middle/right of the Periodic Table.
Non-metals Found on the right of the Periodic Table
Luster Characteristic of metals, means to shine.
Malleable Characteristic of metals, means to be flattened without crumbling.
Ductile Characteristic of metals, means to be able to be drawn out into a thin wire.
Semiconductor Characteristic of metalloids, means to sometimes be able to conduct heat and electricity.
Brittle Characteristic of nonmetals, means to be able to crumble.
Dull Characteristic of nonmetals, means to have no luster.
Corrosive Characteristic of metal, means to have the ability to rust.
Melting State of matter change, occurs when solid becomes a liquid.
Boiling State of matter change, occurs when a liquid gets thermal energy added to it. (Entire Liquid)
Evaporation State of matter change, occurs when a liquid becomes a gas. (Surface of Liquid)
Freezing State of matter change, occurs when a liquid becomes a solid.
Condensation State of matter change, occurs when a gas becomes a liquid.
Deposition State of matter change, occurs when a gas becomes a solid.
Sublimation State of matter change, occurs when a solid becomes a gas.
Created by: aMartinez-Lopez