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Why the Oxygen is called nonmetal?

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Oxygen is a nonmetal. This is because it has low boiling and melting points, no luster, neither malleable nor nor ductile, poor conductor of heat and electricity, low density, gas at room temperature. Chemically, it has a tendency to form negative ions when it reacts with metals.
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