6th grade science Metals, Metalloids, and Non-metals

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Metalloid

unknown is solid, malleable, shiny silver color, but does not conduct electricity and is brittle

Metal

unknon has a high melting point, good ductility, is malleable, and has a great tensile strength

Nonmetal

solid at room temperature, dull in appearance, brittle, poor conductivity.

Metal

object conducts electricity and can be pulled into a thin wire.

Nonmetal

object has low boiling point, poor conductivity, low density, and very brittle

Metal

object is tan in color, attracted to a magnet, and is sonorous

Nonmetal

unknown has low tensile strength, poor malleability, and poor conductivity

Metal

object lights up the bulb which was attached to a 6 volt battery, silver in color

Metal

object makes a good conductor, very ductile, metallic luster, and high boiling point

Nonmetal

pale yellow in color, is brittle, is solid, has no shine, is not malleable, and is poor conductor.

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