Chemistry

Matter in Our Surroundings


10. Non-Metals are Not Sonorous.


This means that solid non-metals do not make a ringing sound when we strike them.

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Matter in Our Surroundings - Notes
1. Non-Metals
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2. 10. Non-Metals are Not Sonorous.
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3. Properties of Metals
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4. 11. Non-Metals Have Many Different Colours.
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5. 2. Metals are Ductile.
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6. 3. Non-Metals are Bad Conductors of Heat and Electricity.
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7. 9. Non-Metals Have Low Densities.
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8. 8. Metals Generally Have High Melting Points and Boiling Points.
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9. 8. Non-Metals Have Comparatively Low Melting Points and Boiling Points
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11. 7. Metals are Solids at the Room Temperature
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12. Properties of Non-Metals
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13. The Case of Solutions
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14. Metals
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15. Experiment to Obtain Coloured Component (Dye) From Ink
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16. 2. Non-Metals are Not Ductile.
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17. Compounds
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18. properties of a Solution
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19. Is Matter Around Us Pure
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20. Chemical Formula for daily use material
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21. 7. Non-Metals may be Solid, Liquid or Gases at the Room Temperature.
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22. Separation OF Mixtures
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23. Physical And Chemical Changes
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24. 5. Separation by Chromatography
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25. 6. Separation by Distillation
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26. Suspensions
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27. Colloids
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28. Properties of Colloids
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29. To Separate the Salt-Water Mixture (or Salt-Solution)
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30. Impure Substances: Mixtures
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31. 5. Non-Metals are Generally Soft
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32. 3. Separation by a Magnet
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33. The Case of Alloys
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34. Metals, Non-Metals and Metalloids
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35. 1. Non-Metals are Not Malleable. Non-Metals are Brittle.
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36. 6. Metals are Usually Strong. They Have High Tensile Strength.
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37. 4. Purification by Crystallisation
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38. Elements
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39. 2. Separation by Centrifugation
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40. 6. Non-Metals are Not Strong. They Have Low Tensile Strength.
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41. Solutions
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42. Separation Of Mixture Of a Solid And a Liquids
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43. 4. Metals are Lustrous (or Shiny), and can be Polished.
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44. 9. Metals Have High Densities.
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45. To Study the Properties of a Solution
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46. 1. Metals are Malleable.
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47. Solutions, Suspensions And Colloids
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48. To Study the Properties of a Suspension
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49. Pure Substances : Elements and Compounds
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50. 1. Separation by Filtration
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