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Answered 2010-10-12 17:48:12

Sodium is a metal

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Answered 2020-03-31 16:03:43

It’s a semi -metal

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Na (sodium) is a metal.


It is a non metal. It is an ionic compound.


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Sodium chloride is a chemical compound.


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