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What are the types of metals and non metals?

What are the types of metals and non metals?


Metals Non-metals Metalloids
Gold Oxygen Silicon
Silver Carbon Boron
Copper Hydrogen Arsenic
Iron Nitrogen Antimony

What are 5 types of non metals?

Seventeen elements are generally classified as nonmetals; most are gases (hydrogen, helium, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, neon, chlorine, argon, krypton, xenon and radon); one is a liquid (bromine); and a few are solids (carbon, phosphorus, sulfur, selenium, and iodine).

What are 3 types of non metals?

Different sets of nonmetallic elements include noble gases, such as helium; halogens, such as fluorine; hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and their ilk (here referred to as unclassified nonmetals); and metalloids such as silicon.

What are metals and nonmetals with examples?

Examples of Metals, Metalloids, and Nonmetals

Metals Metalloids Nonmetals
Sodium Silicon Oxygen
Magnesium Germanium Sulfur
Copper Arsenic Chlorine
Iron Boron Hydrogen

What are some examples of metals and nonmetals?

and Zinc.

  • Non-metalsdo not conduct heat or electricity very well. Non-metals are typically brittle and are not easily molded into shapes. Example non-metal elements are Hydrogen and Carbon.
  • which means that they both insulate and conduct electricity.
  • Which are more common metals or nonmetals?

    Nonmetals are more common than metals. Nine of the ten most common elements in the universe are nonmetals.

    What groups contain metals nonmetals?

    or both.

  • and boron is the only metalloid in this group. The other group 13 elements are metals.
  • Group 14 is called the carbon group.
  • Group 15 is called the nitrogen group.
  • Group 16 is called the oxygen group.
  • Which elements are non metals?

    The elements that are generally considered other nonmetals include hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, oxygen, sulfur, and selenium. Nitrogen and phosphorus are included in the subgroup pnictogens. Oxygen, sulfur, and selenium are included in the subgroup chalcogens.