angels proof by quran and names

اعوذ بالله من الشيطان الرجيم

بِسْمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحْمٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيم

الحمد لله ربّ العالمين‎

الصلاة والسلام على أشرف الأنبياء والمرسلين سيدنا محمد وعلى آله وصحبه أجمعين

Some interpreters consider Ibis a member of Jinn and not an angel. “Behold! We said to the angels: Bow down to Adam. They bowed down except Iblis He was one of the Jinns.”Qur’an 18:50
Say: Whoever is an enemy to Gabriel-for he brings down the (revelation) to thy heart by Allah’s will, a confirmation of what went before, and guidance and glad tidings for those who believe,-
Whoever is an enemy to Allah and His angels and messengers, to Gabriel and Michael,- Lo! Allah is an enemy to those who reject Faith.
—Quran, sura 2 (AlBaqara) ayat 97-98[28

 name of those angels who record good and bad deeds

They are called ”Kiraaman Kaatibeen”. The angels of goodness are separate from those who record evil deeds and the angels for night and day are also separate.

4  BIGGEST ANGELS 

 Four angels of Allah are very prominent and choicest ones:
A. (Hazrat) Gibrail who conveyed Allah’s messages to His Apostles Messengers and Prophets.
B. (Hazrat) Michael who is detailed to provide subsistence and rain to His creatures.
C. (Hazrat) lsrafeil, he will make ”Soor” i.e. blow trumpet on Doomsday.
D. (Hazrat) Izraeel, his duty is to take soul of humanbeings. A countless number of angels work under his supervision to this effect.

Angels mentioned by name
Jibrīl (Q 2:97, 2:98)
Mikael (* Q 2:98)
Maalik (* Q 43:77)Harut (* Q 2:102)Marut (* Q 2:102)
Angel of Death (* Q 32:11) 

Another angel, Maalik is defined in the Quran as a being who is the warden of Hell. However Maalik is not an evil angel, nor a fallen one, a notion Islam rejects, rather Maalik is merely doing what he is commanded to do by God. In Islam, Iblīs or Shayṭan (the Devil or Satan) is considered to be a jinn rather than a fallen angel, since he questioned God when He ordered the angels to prostrate themselves before Adam, an act that suggested he possesses free will. An alternative view holds that rather than “defying” God, Iblis was acting in a manner predetermined by God.
They will cry: “O Malik! would that thy Lord put an end to us!” He will say, “Nay, but ye shall abide!”
—Quran, sura 43 (Az-Zukhruf ) ayah 77[29