Arsenic is a metalloid.
Arsenic is a metalloid. It belongs to group 15 and has properties of both metals and non metals.
Arsenic pentaiodide (AsI5) doesn't contain any metal; arsenic is a metalloid and iodine a nonmetal.
Arsenic is technically not a metal. It is considered a metalloid. Some variants of arsenic can be more metal-like than others.
It is a metalloid. It is in the p block.
Arsenic is usually classified as a metalloid. The chemistry of arsenic is predominately nonmetallic but it shows less anionic behavior than ordinary nonmetals. Liquid arsenic is a semiconductor. It can form many metal alloys but most of them are brittle.
Uranium is a metal, rather than a nonmetal, or metalloid.
No. Arsenic is a metalloid and phosphorus is a nonmetal.
Lead is a poor metal and (or) a metalloid: it has some amphoteric properties as well, like bismuth or arsenic. It has some fine metallic properties though.
Aluminum is a metal.metalloid
AnswerSemi-metal And a metalloid.
Phosphorous trichloride (PCl3) is a chemical compound; no metal, nonmetal or metalloid.
It is technically a metal, but is half of metal and metalloid.
Is molybdenum a metal nonmetal or a metalloid
No, arsenic is a metalloid.
Carbon is a nonmetal but can sometimes be classified as a metalloid. It is really just a nonmetal.
A metalloid, or semi-metal, has properties of a metal and a nonmetal.
Tellurium is a metalloid.
Silicon is a metalloid.
Chlorine is a nonmetal. Do you think they put metal in swimming pool water?
nonmetal it is a gas
Phosphorus is a nonmetal
nonmetal i think.......
Fluorine is a nonmetal.
Krypton is a Nonmetal
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