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Which of the following lists the elements in order of increasing malleability? (Points : 3) Sb, Sn, Se Se, Sb, Sn Se, Sn, Sb Sn, Sb, Se

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  1. trantom
    • one year ago
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    Sb, Sn, Se I believe

  2. Dragan96
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    Se, Sb, Sn because the pattern of increasing malleability is down and left.

  3. trantom
    • one year ago
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    Which means osmium is more malleable then calcium? I don't think so...

  4. trantom
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    I mean copper not calcium sorry *Which means osmium is more malleable than copper? I don't think so..." Yea... osmium is the densest element on the table so I have a feeling copper is a bit more malleable xD

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