Is aluminium ductile?
yes, very ductile
Aluminium (or aluminum) is a chemical element. The symbol for aluminium is Al, and its atomic number is 13. Aluminium is the most abundant metal. Aluminium is a very good conductor of electricity and heat. It is light and strong. It can be hammered into sheets (malleable) or pulled out into wires (ductile). It is a highly reactive metal, although it is corrosion resistant.
Ductility is the property of being easily lead into a different shape, such as a wire. [Mussolini was known as il duce = the leader.] Lead is a common ductile metal, and silver is a very valued one. [Sterling Silver has a few % of copper added to make it less ductile, hence its use as tableware. But this is at the expense of tarnishing.] Plain Aluminium is quite ductile.