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Atomic Theory P1

Organization of Periodic Table

TermDefinition
Metals Found on the far left of the periodic table
Metalloids Zig zag line on the table
Non-Metals Found on the far right of the periodic table
Luster Means to shine (For metals)
Malleable Flattened without crumbling (For metals)
Ductile Drawn out into thin wire (For metals)
Semiconductor To conduct heat and electricity sometimes (For metalloids)
Brittle To crumble (For non metals)
Dull No luster (For non metals)
Corrosive Ability to rust (For metals)
Melting State of matter change when solid turn into a liquid
Boiling State of matter change when a liquid goes into a gas throughout the whole liquid
Sublimation State of matter when solid goes into a gas
Deposition State of matter when gas goes into a solid
Freezing State of matter when liquid goes into solid
Evaporation When liquid goes into a gas (Surface)
Condensation Gas to liquid
Created by: SJ100068