How do metals behave?
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Not all metals will behave in the same way. Calcium for example is a metal that is not nearly as conductive as silver.
Metals form positive ions (cations).
Compared to metals and nonmetals how do atoms of semimetals behave when combining with atoms of other elements?
Semimetals can behave as metals do and as nonmetals do when they combine with atoms of other elements. This is where there categorization of semi metals was derived from.
They can either lose or share electrons when they combine with other elements. So, depending on the conditions , these elements can behave as either metals or nonmetalss. Durr !
If Compared to metals and nonmetals how do atoms of semimetals behave when combining with elements of other elements?
Atoms of semimetals can either lose or share electrons when combined with atoms of other elements. So they can behave as either metals or nonmetals.
All the alkali metals behave in similar way because they are all in a same group.
Because in order for a subsance to undergo reduction and become an oxidizing agent, the substance must gain electrons. Non metals therefore gain electrons while they are in their pure form while metals loose electrons in their pure form. Examples include: non metals- Cl2 + 2e- -> 2Cl- Br2 + 2e- -> 2 Br- Metals- Sn -> Sn2+ + 2e- Ni -> Ni2+ + 2e-
Yes, in this sense they behave similar to the metals they are made from.
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Metalloids tend to have an intermediate property between metals and non-metals. They may look like metals, in case of arsenic and antimony that are crystalline solids. However, in chemical reactions, they may behave either as metals or non-metals. The metalloids are usually amphoteric oxides as metals are basically basic oxides and non-metals are generally acidic oxides. Some metalloids like boron, silicon and germanium behave as semiconductors. Their chemical reactivity depends on the substance they react… Read More
Alkali metals are all of the elements on the far left hand side of the periodic table with the exception of hydrogen. They are all highly reactive metals that also react vigorously with water.
When reactive metals are exposed to air, they react rapidly. Especially with oxygen and water vapor. They are stored in oil to be kept away from air.
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they can either lose or share electrons when they combine with other elements. So depending on the conditions these elements can behave as either metals or nonmetals
Because all alkali meals have same no of electrons (only one) in their outermost shell
Yes, chemical similarities exist between hydrogen and alkali metals; also the electron configuration has a parallel.
Yes, there are some metals on the right side of the periodic table. They are sometimes called post-transition metals or poor metals, and have diminished metallic properties compared to metals on the left side and in the transition metal block. These elements still have metallic character and generally behave like transition metals (become positively charged) when forming compounds. Some examples would be Al, Pb, In, Sn, and Bi.
Vitallium is not magnetic. The main ferromagnetic metals are iron, nickel, and cobalt. These metals will be magnetically impacted at varying degrees depending on their participation in alloys. While the Vitallium alloy features a high cobalt content, it does not behave magnetically.
Zincis a highly electropositive element and can displace hydrogen acids.It reacts with non metals to form binary compounds like ZnO,ZnS.
Aluminium , zinc and few other semi metals behave as an acid when react with aqueous alkali, 2Al + 2NaOH + 2H2O = 2NaAlO2 + 3H2
Most often, electrons are transferred from the metal atoms to the nonmetal atoms. Some other reactions are possible, such as the reaction between some metal cations and compounds of nonmetals, such as carbon monoxide, to form coordinate covalent bonds.
Metals behave in a rather unique way as far as their electrons are concerned. The electrons in metals are de-localised, which in effect means they are not bound to a particular atom, like a "sea of electrons". This property makes them good conductors of electricity because charged electrons can easily travel from one end of the metal to the other whilst maintaining that charge.
The clusters of magnetic atoms in them, usually scrambled up, all get aligned with the electromagnetic field, so they also exert a magnetic force.
Magnets are made from magnetic materials. These are metals that can be magnetised or will be attracted to a magnet. Most materials are not magnetic, but iron, cobalt and nickel are magnetic. Steel is mostly iron, so steel is magnetic too.
You might be referring to the metals whose oxides are amphoteric-can behave either as acids or bases. There are many of these, including zinc and aluminum. For more about this subject see the wikipedia article about amphoterism.
True. Although lithium is an alkali metal it is quite different from the other alkali metals. In fact it can generally behave more like an alkaline earth metal, such as Magnesium (Mg), Calcium (Ca) Strontium (Sr) and Barium (Ba). One of the major characteristics of the alkali metals is their low ionization energy, which is why lithium can easily be present in its ionic form of Li+. However, lithium posses the highest ionization energy of… Read More
Gold is a very unreactive metal and is found in its native state in the ground, platinum and silver also behave this way. Other metals that are not of this nature are found mixed in with rocks and these are called ores.
Perhaps you care to elaborate...if not, then ask yourself: Why do Frenchmen behave like Frenchmen Why do Germans behave like Germans Why do Gambians behave like Gambians Why do Norwegians behave like Norwegians Why do Nepalese behave like Nepalese Why do Venezuelans behave like Venezuelans. Get the point?
"Behave" in English is comportarsi in Italian.
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Although metals and salts have similar lattice structures metals make good materials for electrical wiring Why aren't salts used instead?
Atomic lattices (like graphite) and more specially metal atomic latice behave very differently to electrons (current) compared with positive metal ions in their latice together with negative anions (called ionic lattice).
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behave = comportate
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Behave is present tense.
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The verb of behaviour is behave. As in "to behave".