• Metalloid - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metalloid A metalloid is an element that possesses properties of both metals and non metals, and which is therefore hard to classify as either a metal or a nonmetal. This is a generic definition that draws on metalloid attributes consistently cited in the literature. Difficulty of categorisation is a key attribute.
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  • metalloid | Definition, Elements, & Facts | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/science/metalloid Metalloid, in chemistry, an imprecise term used to describe a chemical element that forms a simple substance having properties intermediate between those of a typical metal and a typical nonmetal. There is no single property which can be used to unambiguously identify an element as a metalloid.
  • Metalloid | Definition of Metalloid by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/metalloid Metalloid definition is - an element intermediate in properties between the typical metals and nonmetals.
  • Metalloid | Definition of Metalloid at Dictionary.com

    www.dictionary.com/browse/metalloid Metalloid definition, a nonmetal that in combination with a metal forms an alloy. See more.
  • Metalloids | Chemistry for Non-Majors

    courses.lumenlearning.com/cheminter/chapter/metalloids A metalloid is an element that has properties that are intermediate between those of metals and nonmetals. Metalloids can also be called semimetals. Metalloids can also be called semimetals. On the periodic table, the elements colored yellow, which generally border the stair-step line, are considered to be metalloids.
  • 4 Properties Of Metalloids | Science Trends

    sciencetrends.com/4-properties-of-metalloids The element with which a metalloid reacts impacts the reactivity of the metalloid. As an example, when boron reacts with fluorine it reacts like metal, yet when boron reacts with sodium it reacts like a nonmetal. The densities, boiling points, and melting points of the metalloids vary widely. Because metalloids have an intermediate conductivity ...
  • Metalloids or Semimetals: Definition, List, Properties

    www.thoughtco.com/metalloids-or-semimetals-606653 The most abundant metalloid in Earth's crust is silicon, which is the second most abundant element overall (oxygen is most abundant). The least abundant natural metalloid is tellurium. Metalloids are valuable in the electronics industry. Silicon, for example, is used to make the chips found in phones and computers.
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  • Lists of metalloids - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_metalloid_lists Selenium, in particular, is commonly designated as a metalloid in environmental chemistry on account of similarities in its aquatic chemistry with that of arsenic and antimony. [n 8] There are fewer references to beryllium, in spite of its periodic table position adjoining the dividing line between metals and nonmetals .