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atomic theory

metals class of elements characterized by shininess, malleability, ductility, and conductivity.
Malleable describes material that can be pounded into shapes.
Ductile describes material that can be pulled into a long wire.
Conductivity when an object transfers heat to another object.
Reactivity ease and speed with which an element combines, or reacts with other elements and compounds.
Corrosion the gradual wearing away of an element due to a chemical reaction.
Plasma a gas like state of matter consisting of a mixture of free electrons and atoms that are stripped free of their electrons.
Nonmetal an element that lacks all the characteristics of a metal.
Metalloid has characteristics of both metals and non- metals.
Semiconductor conduct electricity under some conditions.
luster has characteristics of a metals and it mean to shine
dull has characteristics of a nonmetals and it mean no luster
evaporation liquid goes into gas form at temp below boiling
condensation change from gas to liquid
freezing change from liquid to solid
sublimation change from solid to gas OR gas to solid without going through liquid phase
melting change from solid to liquid
boiling bubbles from within liquid that is heated
gas no difinite shape or volume; molecules bounce off each other
liquid definite volume; takes shape of container;molecules glide over each other
solid definite shape and mass, molecules vibrate and tightly packed
Created by: tj62556



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