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Metals and Non Metals
Metals
- usually strong
- flexible
- usually high melting point
- usually silvery
- good conductors of electricity
- some are magnetic

Non-metals
- usually weak
- brittle
- low melting point
- different colours
- poor conductors
- none are magnetic



What is an Alloy?
A lot of the metals we use every day, from car wheels to cutlery, are made from alloys. In this video, we find out how alloys are made and how we change their properties to suit our needs.

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