A student is examining an object in science class. It is pale yellow, brittle solid with no shine. The sample is most likely a---
How would you classify a sample that is a silvery solid, a conductor, malleable, ductile but not brittle?
A company is designing anew cell phone. They need a solid material that conducts electricity and can be made into a thin wire. Which material would best fit their needs?
When placed outside on a hot summer day, which of the following substances would feel the hottest to touch?
The ability of a substance to be stretched into thin wires without breaking is known as---
Aluminum, sulfur and chlorine are elements. Tests involving these three elements would show that at normal room temperature---
When a substance can be bent, rolled out and hit with a hammer and not shatter, what physical property does it have?
A student is examining an object in science class. It is solid, does not conduct, malleable but not ductile and is shiny silver in color. The sample is most likely a----
Which is NOT a property of metals in solid state?
Sulfur is considered:
How did you find out if an element is a good conductor?
Which of these was NOT a conductor?
Which is an example of a metalloid?