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Lab 6 Report- Spectography Shelby Searles 03/11/2018 CHY 110 Title: Spectography and the Properties of Elements. Background: Elements are divided into two main groups-metals and non- metals. Both groups have a number of sub-groups. All elements have certain properties. For example most metals are hard, shiny solids. They are good conductors of heat and electricity. Metals are also malleable and ductile. Most non-metals are gases at room temperature. Solid non-metals are dull and neither malleable nor ductile. They are also poor conductors of heat and electricity. Some metals have properties of metals and non-metals these elements are called metalloids. Purpose: To identify elements based on their properties. Table 1. Properties of Elements Mystery Element # Density Flame Color Melting Point Boiling Point 1- Tellurium Medium Green Medium Low 2-Zinc High Green Medium Low 3-Molybdenum High Yellow-Green High High 4-Antimony Medium Green Medium High 5-Cesium Low Violet Low Low 6-Sodium Low Yellow Low Low 7-Barium Medium Yellow-Green High High 8-Calcium Low Red High Medium
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