If an element cannot conduct electricity, where would it be located on the periodic table?

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Apr 28, 2017

Answer:

The right side

Explanation:

In the periodic table, metals are on the left, metalloids are found towards the right, and nonmetals are on the right. Metals conduct electricity, are malleable, have luster etc. Metalloids share characteristics of both metals and nonmetals, and nonmetals are brittle, dont conduct electricity, etc.