What is the effect of matter of malleability? Thank you so much for answering!

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Answer:

Malleability - A solid that can be hammered or bent into different shapes.

Explanation:

Example:
Gold is malleable, which makes allows it to be hammered into thin sheets of gold foil.
Aluminium foil is malleable, which makes it useful for wrapping food as it cooks.
Antonym:
Brittle - An object that shatters easily when hammered or bent.
Glass is not malleable, as instead of flattening out when hammered, it shatters.
Note:
Malleability is usually used as a property of metals.
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