physical- Malleability: It’s capable of being shaped or bent Luster: Exhibits a shine or glow.
Corrosion: highly resistant to rusting and corrosion Reactivity with Oxygen: Nickel metal does not react with air under ambient conditions but in the finely dispersed state nickel it ignites spontaneously in air
physical- White phosphorous is white, waxy solid. It gives off a greenish-white glow. It glows in the dark, is spontaneously flammable when exposed to air and is deadly poison It does not dissolve well in waterRed phosphorous is a powder which can vary in colour from orange to purple, due to slight variations in its chemical structure. It does not dissolve in many liquids
chemical - White phosphorus exhibits the most activity Red and black phosphorus are considerably more passive in chemical reactions
physical- Does not burn, Supports combustion but does not burn
chemical- Gas, Oxygen changes from a gas to a liquid at a temperature of -182.96°C (-297.33°F) when it takes on a slightly bluish color Liquid oxygen can then be solidified or frozen at a temperature of -218.4°C
physical- is colorless
chemical- odorless, tasteless, and mostly inert diatomic gas at standard conditions, constituting 78.09 percent of Earth's atmosphere by volume.
The physical and chemical properties of carbondepend on the crystalline structure of the element. Its density fluctuates from 2.25 g/cm³ (1.30 ounces/in³) for graphite and 3.51 g/cm³ (2.03 ounces/in³) for diamond. The melting point of graphite is 3500ºC (6332ºF) and the extrapolated boiling point is 4830ºC (8726ºF).
Potassium is a soft, silvery-white metal with a melting point of 63°C (145°F) and a boiling point of 770°C (1,420°F). Its density is 0.862 grams per cubic centimeter, less than that of water (1.00 grams per cubic centimeter). That means that potassium metal can float on water.
Physical and Chemical Properties. Iron, like other metals, conducts heat and electricity, has a luster, and forms positive ions in its chemical reactions. Pure iron is fairly soft and can easily be shaped and formed when hot. Its color is silvery white.
Physical Properties: Aluminum is a shiny, silvery white colored metal that is light in weight and strong. Th density of aluminum is 2.7 g/mL, which means the metal will sink in water, but is still relatively light.
titanium -Pure titanium metal can exist as a dark gray, shiny metal or as a dark gray powder. It has a melting point of 1,677°C (3,051°F) and a boiling point of 3,277°C (5,931°F). Its density is 4.6 grams per cubic centimeter. Titanium metal is brittle when cold and can break apart easily at room temperature.
Th density of magnesium is 1.738 g/mL, which means the metal will sink in water, but it is still relatively light weight. Chemical Properties: Magnesium is a silvery white metal. The surface ofmagnesium metal is covered with a thin layer of oxide that helps protect the metal from attack by air.