Carbon is a nonmetal and is therefore brittle, not
No, the word "malleability" is an adjective (meaning capable of being shaped or formed). Your question therefore makes no English sense and can not be answered.
No, carbon is not malleable. It is considered a nonmetal and one characteristic of nonmetals is brittleness, quite the opposite of malleability.
Yes. Carbon is added to iron in steel to make the steel stronger by making it more rigid. The more rigid a metal is, the less malleable it is.
what is the malleability of nickel?
Generally speaking, malleability decreases with an increase in Carbon... saying that, Steel X with a higher Carbon content than Steel Y could potentially be softened to that lower than Steel Y...
Your subordinate's malleability is in question.
Radon is a gas, no malleability.
The malleability of lawrencium is not known.
Malleability is a noun.
Malleability is the ability for something to bend. To test malleability you simply need to take the object and bend it.
Malleability is a physical property.
Malleability is 200. U a,ss
Since fluorine is a gas, it does not have malleability.
Malleability is an intensive property.
silicon can be malleable when mixed with other element like carbon, oxygen (etc...) on the other hand silicon can in a solid state when it is in its pure state.
Purple is an non example of very many things, among which is malleability. An example of non-malleability is glass.
the answer to the malleability of calcium is: it is chalky and crusty. - anonymus
There is no answer to this question, as malleability only applies to solids.
Malleability is physical property.
The malleability is improved by annealing.
malleability is the property of metal in which it can be beaten into thin sheets .........
Aluminum has a high degree of malleability.
Malleability is not a type of metal. It is a property of metals.
Ductility and malleability are both physical properties.
Malleability and ductility are physical properties.
I don't think their is a unit of malleability. Something is either malleable or not
calciums malleability is undifined because nobody actually knows
Malleability (malleable) malleability
Malleability is a property of solids and not gases. Helium is a gas and is not malleable.
Nothing. Malleability is a property of a substance, not a constituent of it. Malleability means "having the ablity to be hammered or pressed permanently out of shape without breaking or cracking".
Doesn't have one. It's a gas;malleability is only measured for metals.
Malleability is a property of metals. Other properties include ductility and conductivity.
Malleability means that the metals can be easily shaped. Without cracking or breaking.
Malleability is a property of metals. Since fluorine is not a metal, the property does not apply.
Malleability is a property of solid and not gases. Neon is a gas and is not malleable.
Malleability is a physical property of materials, especially metals.
Malleability is a physical property of metals.
Yes, Mild steel has a property of malleability, it completely depends on its chemistry. If you have an option to choose the chemical composition, you must choose lower carbon, Manganese content.
Jewelry takes great advance of the malleability of metals, but the industrial processes of wire pulling, pressing, and forging are perhaps the most valuable examples of malleability.
Malleability is a physical property, not a physical change and has nothing to do with pH.
The gold malleability can be measured by how much pressure it can withstand without breaking.
Yes, malleability is one of the properties of metals. However, different metals differ in their malleability.
malleability is a property of metal elements such iron ,and they can be changed in shape without breaking. ishaq
texture: rocky and rough, Malleability: N/A Ductility: Only when heated
It is a physical property.