Question Answer
protons charge {positive charge] located in the nucleus
malleable metals can be flattened without crumbling
atomic number number of protons and electrons in an atom
density how much mass is in a certain amount of volume
metalloids group of can be like metals and nonmetals
electrons charge [negative charge] located outside of the nucleus
metals group that are good conductor of heat and electricity , are malleable and ductile . and have luster
luster shiny reflection off of something/shiny
neutrons 0 charge [no charge/neutral] located in the nucleus with protons
chemical symbol abbreviation for chemical name
ductile [of a metal] can be drawn out into a thin wire
corrosive property of metals/rusting
atomic mass how much a certain amount weights
nonmetals group that are poor conductors of heat and electricity and are brittle
atoms the smallest particle that makes up everything
element a pure substance
deposition gas to solid
sublimation solid to gas
melting a solid to a liquid
freezing A liquid to solid
condensation A gas going to a liqiud
study of atoms

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