It takes the form of a brittle, yellow, powdery solid at room
It's a solid. It's usually in the form of a yellow powder.
Vegetable oils are liquid at room temp, while animal fats are solid.
it is a solid at room temerature
its liquid at room temp, not solid.
Boron is solid at room temperature.
At room temperature polonium is a solid.
Mercury is a liquid at room temperature.
At room temperature plutonium is a solid metal.
NaF is a solid at room temp
No, it is a heavy liquid.
Fat is defined as a type of liquid that is solid at room temperature and atmospheric pressure
depends on what you heat it to, but at room temp its solid
It is a pale brown liquid at room temp.
its a liquid. Most alcohols are (at room temp).
Olive oil is a liquid at room temp
Room temp is about 68 F or 20 C, if the melting point is below room temp it is not a solid at room temp. If the boiling point is above room temp then it is not a gas so it has to be a liquid at room temp.
At standard temperature and pressure, sulfur is a solid.
No! the other way around. Unsaturated fats are liquid at room temp whereas saturated fats are solid!
neon is a gas at room temp.
At room temperature helium is a gas.
Chlorine is a gas at room temperature.
When mercury is at any temp. Over -47 it will stay a liquid
At room temp. it is a liquid, at freezing point (32-) its solid, then anything above is a gas.
its neither of them it is a liquid at room temp
Krypton is a gas at room temperature. At extremely low temperatures Krypton can exist as a liquid or a solid.
This question has already been answered. Manganese is a solid at room temperature.
tin is a solid because of its form of matter. also the state of matter at room temp. is a solid too because room temp. is like 70 degrees
saturated fats turn to liquid at room temp and higher but otherwise they are solid
when its warm, its a liquid, when you cool it, its a solid. i actually have some. -at room temp, its somewhere in between solid and liquid
No, It's a liquid. Its the only liguid halogen at room temp. ^^
no bromine is liquid and iodine is solid at room temp
when room temp. its solid. when heated its liquid. once heated into a liquid it can continue to be heated into a gas. [which is where you get the aroma]
at room temp it is a solid... but it can be made into a liquid or gas if heated as with anything,,, but naturally seen as a solid.
Actually, they're usually liquid.
No. Or more precisely, not necessarily. Mercury is a metal but is liquid at room temperature.
Cr is a solid, hard, lustrous metal at 20 degrees Celsius (room temp)
Chromium (Cr) is a transition metal. Chromium is a solid metal at room temperature.
metals are malleable (they bend, not break) shiny, conduct electricity, and are solid at room temp (except of mercury, which is liquid at room temp.) ... yep...
Boron sure is a solid at room temp.
Pyrite is a type of mineral. AKA fool's gold. It's solid at room temp.
Some are yes however Bromine and Mercury are liquid at room temp.
Solid. If you look at a periodic table they will have some elements in different colours with a key at the bottom to indicate solid, liquid or gas. This observation is for standard room temp which is 23 deg at 101.3 kPa. Iodine is indicated as being solid.
they can be solid, liquid, or gases at room temp. low conductor of heat and electriciy and are brittle
solid It is common to observe that gold jewellery is hard, not liquid or gaseous.
Liquid at room temp. Solid at freezing. Vapor at Boiling.
Most are solid, some are gaseous, and one or two are liquid.
Nonmetals can be solid (like carbon), liquid (like bromine), or gaseous (like helium) at room temperature.
Mercury is not a solid at room temp.
potassium is a solid in room temp
Yes, they all are, because all metals are solid or liquid (Mercury is the only liquid metal) at room temp. (This is not the same as saying: All nonmetals are gases)