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Can Someone explain the physical properties of metals, using the theory of metallic bonding

There is a lot of reading here, most of it not what you are looking for, so scroll down ABOUT half way and you will come to a paragraph that explains conduction of metals as the metal core sourrounded by a sea of electrons which move .....etc. This is the part you want. Good Luck.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metal

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