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Classification of chromium metal metalloid nonmetal?


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Answered 2016-08-13 21:22:08

Chromium is consistently classified as a metal. On the periodic table it lies well away from any of the metal/metalloid boundaries no mater whose definition or classification scheme you use to define metalloids..


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