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atomic theory pt1

organization of periodic table/particles

TermDefinition
metals found on the far left of the periodic table
metalloids zig zag line on the table, in the middle/right
non metals fond on the far right of the periodic table
luster characteristics or metals, and it means to shine
malleable characteristics of metals, and it means to be able to be flattened without crumbling
ductile characteristics of metals, and it means to be drawn out into a thin wire
semi conductor characteristics of metalloids, and it means to conduct heat and electricity sometimes
brittle characteristics of non metals and means to crumble
dull characteristics of non metals and means to have no luster
corrosive characteristics of metals, and it means to rust
melting state of matter change, occurs when a solid becomes a liquid
boiling state of matter change, occurs when heat is added to a liquid,and the liquid becomes a gas
evaporation state of matter change, occurs when a liquid becomes a gas
freezing state of matter change, occurs when a liquid becomes a solid
condensation state of matter change, occurs when cooling happens to a gas,making it a liquid
deposition state of matter change, occurs when a state of matter condensates then freezes
sublimation state of matter change, occurs when a solid becomes a gas without becoming a liquid first
Created by: zm63470