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Metals
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The temperature at which Metals metal starts melting.
Melting Point
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Group number of Metals is vertical column number in periodic table.
Group Number
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Period number is a horizontal row number of Metals in periodic table.
Period Number
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Atomic number of Metals is the number of protons present in the atom of Metals metal.
Atomic Number
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The temperature at which Metals starts boiling. Not literally it is a temperature point at which it converts to vapors.
Boiling Point
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In mineralogy and crystallography, a crystal structure is a unique arrangement of atoms in a crystal. There are different types of Crystal structure exhibited by metals.
Crystal Structure
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1,453.00 °C
10
4
28
2,732.00 °C
Face Centered Cubic (FCC)
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1,535.00 °C
8
4
26
2,750.00 °C
Body Centered Cubic (BCC)
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1,495.00 °C
9
4
22
2,870.00 °C
Hexagonal Close Packed (HCP)

List of Magnetic Metals

Looking for List of Magnetic Metals? then you are at the right place. We provide all Magnetic Metals+ at a glance, through which you can navigate to their different parameter/properties like physical and chemical properties, mechanical stress/hardness, thermodynamics, magnetic and optical characteristics and many more! Want to know more about Magnetic Metals and their properties? These metals contain certain properties that make them more magnetic than others. These metals are readily attracted by magnet and hence, can easily be magnetized. According to the study of chemical elements, all elements are mainly classified into three main types, i.e. metals, nonmetals and metalloids. Metals are generally found in the ores of other elements or minerals and exhibit hard and solid metallic luster. At www.comparisonofmetals.com, apart from studying just a single metal, we also serves a facility of comparative analysis of metals based on their different properties & characteristics!

Magnetic Metals Properties

Magnetic Metals+ properties give you a broad overview of these metals from multiple angels. Moreover, enthusiasts are also catered with the detailed breakdown of the atomic, optical and chemical behaviour of the metals. Supplementary facts like side effects & benefits of these metals, their abundance in earth's crust, their presence in the human body, etc. are also furnished for knowledge seekers. All the properties of these metal such as their physical, chemical, mechanical, thermal, optical, biological, magnetic, electrical are explained in brief with the help of relevant specifications.

Periodic table of Magnetic Metals illustrates the significance of the position of Magnetic Metals in the modern periodic table. Since its inception, the periodic table has evolved time and again, due to the discoveries of certain new metals and their properties. The arrangement of metals is organized with a view to making their identification simpler! This arrangement is in the form of horizontal rows (periods) and columns(groups), which are classified by specific criteria. Atomic number is prominent among these criteria. All metals have unique characteristics and hence they have different atomic numbers and other properties. In the periodic table, all the metals are categorized under different categories like the alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, transition, post-transition metals, lanthanide series metals and actinide series metals.

Periodic Table of Metals

Group →

Period ↓

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

H

2

3

La-Lu
Ac-Lr

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

B

14

C
Si
Ge

15

N
P
As
Sb

16

O
S
Se
Te

17

F
Cl
Br
I
At

18

He
Ne
Ar
Kr
Xe
Rn
Og