Explain malleability in metals and non metals cbse class8 chemistry 2015

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Explain malleability in metals and non-metals. cbse-class8-chemistry-2015



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The property of metals by which they can be beaten into thin sheets is called malleability. This is the characteristic property of metals which is exploited to make silver foil for decorating food items and aluminium foil to store food items. Non-metals do not show this property, on beating a coal or wood they get break down into small pieces, thus we can say that metals are malleable and non-metals are not malleable.

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