At standard temperatures and pressures, most metals are not
liquids (the exception is mercury).
Most metals are not liquids.
Most metals are not liquids at room temperature, except mercury.
all metals can liquids at certain temperature mercury is a classical example of a liquids metal
Most non metals are usually liquids or gases at room temperature, although not specifically one or the other. It depends on the properties of the substance. Most metals are solids at room temperature, with the exception of Mercury.
The state of matter of most metals is the solid state. Mercury and Gallium are the only exceptions, as they are liquids at room temperature.
Most metals are solid at room temperature. The exceptions are Mercury and Gallium, which are liquids at room temp.
Most of the elements on the periodic table are metals and the least are liquids
Most are metals. There are about 5 metaloids and aproximately 20 gas/liquids.
Most metals conduct electricity, as does carpet and most liquids - Pure water doesn't.
The state of non metals at room temperature can be in three states. They can be solid, liquids, or gases.
Only bromine is liquid.
Yes. in fact most elements are compound and made to be solid material, most liquids can kill you, though.
Metals and Non metals. although the fact, that in non metals- there are solids, liquids and gases.
Most metals have high tensile strength there are also some liquids that do as well
This is not a question this is a statement. Most metals are solids when they are at room temperature.