The characteristics of metals is that they are malleable, they conduct electricity and they have luster.
its like a toaster
They are silvery metals that conduct electricity.
They are malleable, ductile, and can conduct electricity.
electricity and water should be stored
Patience and know things about electricity
It can if it has the proper characteristics that define what an insulator is.
Energy is warm, turned into electricity, is invisible, and has no color.
Yes, that is one of the characteristics of metals.
it is a high drow pole,high drow
One of the characteristics of the current electricity is that AC indicates alternating current whereas the DC indicates direct current. Another characteristic is that they function between 1 and 3 convectional phases.
Metals have those characteristics.
solid, shiny, good conductor of electricity
because it releases some peculiar characteristics
Some characteristics of organic compounds are that many are gases or solids that have low melting points and they do not conduct electricity. Some characteristics of inorganic compounds are almost all are insoluble inorganic solvents, they do form ions that can conduct electricity, and most have high melting points.
Conduct electricityHigh melting pointAre not soluble in water
Most metals share various characteristics. Three of such characteristics include being insoluble in water, solid at room temperature and good conductors of electricity and heat.
Well, rubber can be made to conduct electricity - your car tyres have a lot of carbon in their construction (to improve their wear characteristics) and this will make the tyres conductive. Which helps get rid of static electricity.
it is malleable, a good conductor of electricity forgot solid at room temperature
They have luster, are good conductors of heat and electricity, are ductile and malleable.
well mainly they are just metals that conduct electricity and do not dissolve in water!!!!
have high melting points, conduct electricity, and they have brittle crystals.
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As their name suggests, metalloids possess characteristics of metals and nonmetals. Typical characteristics of metals include a shiny luster, some degree of malleability and an ability to conduct electricity or heat. Nonmetals are typically nonlustrous, brittle and poor conductors of electricity.
Metals are typically lustrous, malleable, ductile, and good conductors of heat and electricity.