Most elements are metals. If you've identified your element, go to the Periodic Table and have a look see. A link is provided to the Wikipedia periodic table, and by looking at it, you can see what is and what isn't. All elements in Group 1 through Group 12 (inclusive) are metals. Group 1 is the alkalai metals, and Group 2 is the alkalai earth metals. Group 3 through Group 12 (inclusive) are the transition metals. The poor metals include those that are left, and they are aluminum, gallium, indium, thallium, tin, lead and bismuth. Note that hydrogen isn't a metal, though it is in Group 1. Note that the periodic table is interactive, and by going to any element's symbol you can link to the Wikipedia article on that element. Why not bookmark the Wikipedia periodic table? You'll quickly be able to find some particulars on any element. And by looking at it now and again, you'll get a feel for the chemistry of some of the elements. This handy tool can really give you a jump on figuring out how chemistry works and why things are the way they are and why they work the way they do.
if the element donates electrons then it is called a metal. eg. sodium, iron,etc.
mass and whether or not it's a metal. also how volatile it is
Metal is not an element. It is a term used to classify an element, but it is not an element.
The element Vanadium is a metal .
Copper metal is an element.
a metal element
Carbon is an element. It is a non metal
Sodium is a chemical element.
To determine if an element is reactive or not you must test it.
element K is potassium and yes it is a metal.
A heavy element is an element that based on the amount of metal that is in the element. Some can base the description of a heavier metal on the number of atoms but it is the amount of metal in the element.
You can't change an element into another element, but the heaviest metal is tungsten.
An element that is not a metal is a non-metal (e.g. carbon) or inert gas (e.g. Argon).
It is a element
Sodium metal is an element.
Metals are a class of elements. A pure metal is an element. Some metals are alloys, which mean they have more than one metal or element in them. The metal bronze is made of two elements, the metal tin and the metal copper.
Titanium (Ti) is a metal. It is a d-block element / transition metal element.
Element 66 (Dysprosium) is NOT a non-metal it is a rare earth metal, it is a solid
Generally, metals attain positive oxidation numbers only. Non metals can have either positive or negative oxidation states. If an oxidation number is a negative value, it can be deduced that it's a non metal element.
It is a non-metal.
Metal (music) - doom and thrash Metal (element) - uranium and gold Metal (type of element) - alkali and transition
The metal element that carries oxygen is iron.
It is one pure metal with no other types of metal in it. This makes it an element.