A lustrous non-metal is Iodine.
Metals with a lustrous appearance are referred to as lustrous. Metallic lustre refers to the gleaming aspect of metals.
- Metals such as gold, silver, and copper can be polished and have the capacity to reflect light from their surfaces. Lead is an example of a non-lustrous metal.
- Non-metals have no brilliance. They don’t have a surface that reflects light. Metals have a gleaming appearance, whilst non-metals have a dreary appearance. Non-metals such as, diamond and iodine are two examples.