Properties of metals

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What does ductile mean?
A metal that can be made into wires easily
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What does malleable mean?
A material that can be easily hammered into shape without breaking
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Desrcibe the structure of a metallic bond.
Layers of positively charged atoms with electrons that are free to move around.
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Why can metals conduct electricity?
Free electrons are free to move around the metal and they carry a charge
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Why are metals malleable?
Metals
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What does malleable mean?

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A material that can be easily hammered into shape without breaking

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Desrcibe the structure of a metallic bond.

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Why can metals conduct electricity?

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Why are metals malleable?

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