Do Metal Properties Have High or Low Melting Points?


A metal is a chemical element that is a good conductor of both electricity and heat. Generally, metals have high melting and boiling points with all alkali metals that are soft having low melting and boiling points. Tungsten has the highest melting point with sodium and potassium having low melting points.
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as the sterength of bonds in alkali metals decreases down the group its melting point decreases This is because metal atoms are held together by the electromagnetic attraction from
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Conductivity of electricity and high melting point of metals explained by metallic bonding because when metal bonds, a lattice (think of a 3-D cube) of -more? report this answer.
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