In chemistry, the terms metal and nonmetal are reserved for elements. Water is a compound of two different elements: hydrogen and oxygen.
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element that is not metal
The terms "metal" and "nonmetal" are normally applied to elements, not compounds such as silver bromide.
metal -->nonmetal --> gaseous (metal --> nonmetal --> metalloid)
Chromium is a metal. It belongs to transition metal elements.
None of the above. Thiamin is a compound and the terms metal, nonmetal and metalloid apply to elements.
SO3 is a compound and therefore is neither a metal nor a nonmetal, because these are types of chemical elements, not of compounds. This particular compound consists of two nonmetal elements, sulfur and oxygen.
Silver is a metal. It belongs to transition elements.
No, helium is not both a metal and a nonmetal. The element helium (He), along with its cousins in Group 18 of the periodic table of the elements, is a monatomic nonmetal.