Mercury is the only metal that is in a liquid form at room temperature. It is a very rare metal on earth, read on to find out more about Mercury.
Molybdenum is mainly used in the manufacture of steel and metal alloys. The very high melting point of Molybdenum makes it an essential part of manufacturing industries.
The Periodic Table can be broadly split into two groups: Metals and Non-Metals. But what makes a metal? What are the properties of metals? And what are non-metals used for?
Gallium is represented by the symbol "Ga". Solid Gallium is soft, pliable and a metal that easily melts within a few seconds of holding it in your hands. Read on to know more about this amazing metal.
The "Brubacher Edge Sharpness Scale" is the world's first universal and quantifiable means of expressing the sharpness of an edge
Palladium is one of the rarest metal on earth belonging to the Platinum Group of Metals. Read on to find out more about Palladium, a fascinating metal.
Steel is basically an alloy of iron and carbon with a small percentage of other metals such as nickel, chromium, aluminum, cobalt, molybdenum, tungsten etc. Steel is a hard ductile and malleable solid and is probably the most solid material...
Steel is one of the most widely used metals in the world. You may think that it is only a fairly recent invention but in actual fact the origins of steel go back thousands of years into the past.
There are two different iron oxides that abound: Iron(II,III) oxide (Fe3O4)and the far more common Iron(III) oxide (Fe2O3). Iron (III) oxide is commonly known as rust. Due to iron’s paramagnetic properties iron it was used to coat old floppy...
This article explains the physical properties of Metals and Non metals, their comparison and exceptions in physical properties.