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Name a ductile NON-METAL...

Chemistry
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any idea..?are carbon fibers valid?
hmm all i know is metals are the ductile ones..not nonmetals

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there are non metals which are ductile...
There is none.
Metals are ductile as the layers of atoms softly glide over one another when pulled into thin strips. Find a material with such properties, and you have a ductile material.
Actually, graphite doesn't fit that category.
rubber?
molten glass?
Never heard of a ductile non-metal, but I do concur with UnkleRhaukus. The non-metals he mentioned are ductile in a sense.
is there a sense that are not ductile ?
Maybe there is, but I might not want to say that they are ductile: unqualified people cannot make statements that they are unsure of.
but i do that all the time

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