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4.4.2 Explain the electrical conductivity and malleability of metals IB Chemistry

Metals are malleable (bendy) since the metallic ions have some freedom to move in the structure since the metallic bonds are uni-directional. Ionic compounds will crack. Anything with "Freely Moving Charged Particles" will conduct electricity which in the case of metals is the delocalized sea of electrons.
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