Metals. Nonmetals, Mettaloids Question Preview (ID: 41332)


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What word is defined as being able to be pulled into a wire?
a) conductor
b) brittle
c) malleable
d) ductile

Which of the following is NOT a property of metals?
a) conductor
b) malleable
c) insulator
d) shiny

Which of the following is NOT a property of nonmetals?
a) malleable
b) brittle
c) insulator
d) dull

I am a yellow, dull, brittle powder. Which one am I?
a) metalloid
b) nonmetal
c) metal
d) ductile

Which of the follow would be considered a semiconductor?
a) metalloid
b) metal
c) nonmetal
d) brittle

Words like shiny and dull are used to describe an element's what?
a) luster
b) malleability
c) conductivity
d) ductility

To be able to be hammered into thin sheets or easily shaped is what?
a) malleable
b) ductile
c) conductor
d) insulators

If I break easily, I can be described as being what?
a) luster
b) ductile
c) malleable
d) brittle

Most of the time we are shiny, silver, and malleable.
a) nonmetals
b) metals
c) mettaloids
d) none of the above

We are found on the far right side of the periodic table and are mostly gasses.
a) metals
b) metalloids
c) none of the above
d) nonmetals

They are found along the stair-step line on the period table.
a) metals
b) metalloids
c) nonmetals
d) none of the above

These have properties of metals and nonmetals.
a) Metals
b) Nonmetals
c) Metalloids
d) None of the above

These make up the majority of the period table and are found on the left side.
a) Metals
b) Nonmetals
c) Mettaloids
d) None of the above

Which of the following have the property of ductility?
a) nonmetals
b) metalloids
c) metals
d) compounds

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