Ice is a non-metal. It is frozen water.
Chlorine is the non-metal which is used for the purification of water
A metal conducts heat better than a nonmetal. If you put a metal and a non-metal in boiling water for the same amount of time, the metal will be hotter than the non-metal. If you put a metal and non-metal in ice water for the same amount of time, the metal will be colder than the non-metal. Also, metal conducts electricity better than non-metal. You can use metal and non-metal wires to conduct a battery, and see which one works better.
Neither. water is a compound.
well, not metal+metal, but for the other 2 you'd have to specify, because water+metal=good conductivity & just water or another liquid = good conductivity. now stone, it is a horrible conductor.
Sulfur doesn't react with water.
It is a non-metal.
This is because H20, as you can see has two DIFFERENT elements, which makes it a compound, a metal or non-metal are usually ELEMENTS.
it form oxide
The hardness of water depends primarily on the concentration and chemical identities of the metal cations dissolved in the water. The non metal ions dissolved in the water have little effect unless the particular ions are capable of forming coordinate covalent bonds to the metal ions.
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In chemistry, the terms metal and nonmetal are reserved for elements. Water is a compound of two different elements: hydrogen and oxygen.
water is not a good example because it is a compound not a non metal graphite is a non metal and also good conductor of electricity.this is an exeption in physical properties of metals
Ionic compounds form only between a metal and a non-metal. In water, the elements are Hydrogen and Oxygen, which are both non-metals. Therefore, water is a covalent compound.