Difference between Metallic Minerals and Non-Metallic Minerals?

Metallic Minerals:

I. Metallic mineral re those minerals which can be melted to obtain new products.

II. Iron, cooper, bauxite, tin, manganese are some examples.

III. These are generally associated with igneous rocks.

IV. They are usually hard and have shines or luster of their own.

V. They are ductile and malleable.

VI. When hit, they do not get broken.

Non-Metallic Minerals:

I. Non-metallic minerals are those which do not yield new products on melting.

II. Coal, salt, clay, marble are some examples.

III. These are generally associated with sedimentary rocks.

IV. They are not so hard and have no shine or luster of their own.

V. They are not ductile and malleable.

VI. When hit, they may got broken into pieces.