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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of nonmetals

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of nonmetals:

Derived Form of nonmetals

root word: nonmetal
plural: nonmetals
root word: nonmetal
Noun: nonmetal
a chemical element lacking typical metallic properties
Type ofchemical element*, elements,

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  1. things here which are nonmetals. So salt is an ionic compound made of metals and nonmetals.
  2. area between metals and nonmetals -- and its actually pretty common in the Earths crust.
  3. Most nonmetals are insulators.
  4. Its atmosphere is comprised of various fluorides of nonmetals.
  5. Metals and Nonmetals. Both of them
  6. how metals and nonmetals differ from
  7. and nonmetals are different from each
  8. begin seeing how metals and nonmetals react
  9. When nonmetals react with oxygen,
  10. combination of nonmetals only, and broken
  11. Covalent because it turns out these are made out of nonmetals.
  12. He identified 17 metals and nine nonmetals as elements.
  13. different nonmetals and identified them as elements.
  14. class; that is I have put down the emissivities of some nonmetals.
  15. And you go and then these guys are the nonmetals.
  16. The nonmetals.
  17. nonmetals are good acceptors.
  18. The nonmetals have the highest appetite for electrons period,
  19. And the nonmetals have the weakest appetite, and so
  20. So nonmetals have high electronegativity, metals have