Question

Is this true or false?

most non metals are liquid? most non metals are shiny? some metalloids are gases at room temperature?

Answers

All false.

There are two elements that are liquid at the temperature technically designated 'room temperature' or 298 K (25° C) and a total of six elements that can be liquids at actual room temperatures and pressures.

Liquid at 25°C

Bromine

Mercury

Become Liquid 25°C-40°C

Francium

Cesium

Gallium

Rubidium

Most non-metals are not shiny

No metalloid is a gas at room temperature.

#1

True

#2

all false

#3

All false.

non metals are mostly liquid.

Most non-metals are a dull.

Most metalloids are solid at room temperature.

#4

You should google the properties of non-metals...also just look at a picture periodic table, http://www.joeydevilla.com/2006/09/21/google-image-search-periodic-table/ the one at that website is pretty good. This will help you answer the first two questions. Now look up the properties of metalloids.

Good Luck

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