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An alloy that can be rolled into thin sheets has the property of
a) ductility b) malleability c) conductivity d) luster
A material molded and then heated at very high temperatures is a (an)
a) alloy b) composite c) polymer d) ceramic
Metals that can be pulled into strands of wire exhibit the property of
a) conductivity b) malleability c) ductility d) luster
One specific molecule repeated in a chain is a (an)
a) monomer b) polymer c) alloy d) ceramic
A mixture made up of two or more materials, one of which is embedded in the other is a (an)
a) ceramic b) alloy c) polymer d) composite
A mixture made up of a metal and one or more elements is a(an)
a) ceramic b) alloy c) polymer d) composite
A large, chain-like strand of repeating smaller molecules is called a(an)
a) ceramic b) alloy c) polymer d) composite
The property of metals that causes them to appear shiny and reflect light is known as
a) malleability b) ductility c) luster d) conductivity
Copper is used in electrical wiring because it has the property that allows electricity to pass through which is called
a) malleability b) ductility c) luster d) conductivity
A polymer that does not occur naturally is
a) organic b) synthetic c) manufactured d) malleable
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