No, I can only think of one example, sodium (not salt because salt is sodium chloride) is clay like metal that also bursts into flames and explodes when it comes into contact with water.
Metalloids are solids at room temperature.
They are all solids. They have properties of metals and non metals.
No. Solids can be metals, metalloids, or compounds.
No. Of the elements the metalloids, and five of the nonmetals are solids. Many more solids are compound or mixture which cannot be regared as metals or nonmetals.
No they are not all hard.
No the metalloids (a.k.a. semimetals) are solids as are five of the nonmetal elements.
generally as solids
No. they are metalloids and are all solids
Because they are solids and they are hard
metals, metalloids and non-metals solids, liquids and gases
why metallic solids are soft to hard
Also known as "metalloids", semimetals are solid at room temperature.
solids are solid and hard
Metalloids are not man-made
all metalloids do not conduct electricity.
they are are solids. they conduct heat and electricty. they insulate at low temperatures. they conduct at high temperatures
Ionic solids are brittle and hard as they are bonded with electrostatic bonds.
Solids are hard but liquids have no feeling. Solids have a shape but liquids do not.
Metalloids are: B, Si, Ge, As, Sb, Te, Po.
Metalloids are brittle and bad conductors of electricity.
At room temperature all metalloids are solid.
No, they are not.
solids are like ice so they are in the phase of hard