Definition of Metalloids. Meaning of Metalloids. Synonyms of Metalloids

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Definition of Metalloids

Metalloid
Metalloid Met"al*loid, a. 1. Having the appearance of a metal. 2. (Chem.) Having the properties of a nonmetal; nonmetallic; acid; negative.

Meaning of Metalloids from wikipedia

- line between metals and nonmetals, and the metalloids may be found close to this line. Typical metalloids have a metallic appearance, but they are brittle...
- sources that list elements cl****ified as metalloids. The sources are listed in chronological order. Lists of metalloids differ since there is no rigorous widely-accepted...
- intermediate metalloid category. Some authors count metalloids as nonmetals with weakly nonmetallic properties. Others count some of the metalloids as post-transition...
- metalloids are sometimes cl****ified as nonmetals. Among the reactive nonmetals, carbon, phosphorus, selenium, and iodine—which border the metalloids—show...
- subdivided the metalloids into three cl****es. These were: constantly gaseous 'gazolyta' (hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen); real metalloids (sulfur, phosphorus...
- brittle metals—****nic and antimony—are commonly instead recognised as metalloids due to their chemistry (predominately non-metallic for ****nic, and balanced...
- the only one having all three types of elements: metals, nonmetals, and metalloids. The p-block elements can be described on a group-by-group basis as: group...
- element name etymologies. Background color shows subcategory in the metal–metalloid–nonmetal trend: List of people whose names are used in chemical element...
- conduct electricity, nonmetals, which do not, and a small group, (the metalloids), having intermediate properties and often behaving as semiconductors...
- Metals Metalloids ****nic Nonmetals Sulfuric acid Selenium Chlorine Fluoride...
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