We have not - very probable- data for the mechanical properties of polonium.
Polonium is a nonmagnetic element.
Polonium is an amphoteric chemical element. Also is a member of the chalcogens elements family (group 16 in the periodic table of Mendeleev) and tellurium is also a metalloid.
Polonium is considered generally a metalloid.
Data about the hardness of polonium don't exist.
The valence of polonium can be 2, 4 or 6.
The malleability of lawrencium is not known.
Malleability is a noun.
Why malleability are intensive property
Malleability is a physical property.
Malleability is a physical property, not a physical change and has nothing to do with pH.
Malleability is an intensive property.
The malleability is improved by annealing.
That property of the substance is its "malleability".
Polonium is odorless.
Polonium has not a taste.