Describe how to test palladium to see if it is a metal?
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How can you test palladium to see if it is a metal?
Traditionally, metals have certain characteristic physical properties: they are usually shiny (they have "lustre"), have a high density, are ductile and malleable, usually have a high melting point, are usually hard, and conduct electricity and heat well. However this is mainly because the low density, soft, low melting point metals happen to be reactive, and we rarely encounter them in their elemental, metallic form. Metals are also sonorous, which means that they conduct sound well. And not all metals are magnetic! Palladium is a soft silver-white metal that resembles platinum. It doesn't tarnish in air. Palladium is the least dense and has the lowest melting point of the platinum group metals. It is soft and ductile when annealed and greatly increases its strength and hardness when it is cold-worked. Palladium is chemically attacked by sulfuric and nitric acid but dissolves slowly in hydrochloric acid. This metal also does not react with oxygen at normal temperatures.
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How do you test palladium to see if it's a metal?
Test whether it conducts electricity using an ohmmeter (multimeter set to measure resistance). The few non-metals that conduct electricity -- graphite and doped polymers -- do not conduct heat well. Therefore, you must also measure its heat conductivity. If you do not have a temperature sensor, put one end on a stove burner and touch the other end with your finger.
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What experiment can you test to find out if an element is a metal or non-metal?
To find out if a element is a metal or non-metal you can connect it to wires, a battery and a light bulb and see if the light bulb lights up. If it doesn't light up you have a non-metal but if it does you have a metal ( unless you have carbon in the form of graphite, in that case it will light up but it is in fact a non-metals) i hope this solves you questions.
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What year was palladium discovered?
Hello: The palladium is a chemical element with the chemical symbol ( pd ) and atomic number of ( 46 ) it is a rare oxide forms silvery-white metal, discovered in ( 1803 ) by Willian Hyde Wolleston... He named it after the asteroid pallas. Sincerely: " LIVING LIFE ENTERPRISES PRESENTS " C.U.I. Inc. in you service from ( 1982 ) for the best interest to the world market consumer's. Continue to see " Answers.com " in " Google. com " and " Yahoo .com "
How much is palladium compared to platinum?
This is a partial quote from the Wikipedia, "Palladium, along with platinum, rhodium, ruthenium, iridium and osmium form a group of elements referred to as the platinum group metals (PGMs). Platinum group metals share similar chemical properties, but palladium has the lowest melting point and is the least dense of these precious metals." Please see the related link for more information on palladium. You may want to contact a jeweler for a price per ounce comparision with platinum. You can avoid manually calculating the value of palladium if you have an iPhone or iPod by using an app called Pennyweight. Simply entering the weight and selecting the purity will automatically calculate the value of palladium based on the current market price.