Is metal an element a compound or a metalloid?
any of various opaque, fusible, ductile, and typically lustrous substances that are good conductors of electricity and heat, form cations by loss of electrons, and yield basic oxides and hydroxides; especially : one that is a chemical element as distinguished from an alloy. - Merriam-Webster's online dictionary. In other words, it is a group of elements, not a compound or alloy.
No, only in a binary ionic compound. In a binary covalent compound it is a nonmetal or metalloid. Examples with nonmetals: H2S, CO2 Example with metalloid: SiO2, AsH3
Borax is a mineral that is a compound of the element boron. It is not a metal. Boron is a metalloid, rather than a metal.
Wood isn't an element, it's a compound called cellulose...which is a nonmetal.
platinum is a metal because it is shiny but it can be a metalloid or transition metal
For example uranium is a metal not a metalloid.
calcium is a metalloid as it stands between metal and non metal as it doesn't have all the porperties of metal. calcium oxide is not an element so neither metal or non metal it is a compound
Phosphorous trichloride (PCl3) is a chemical compound; no metal, nonmetal or metalloid.
metalloid: Of or being a nonmetallic element that has some of the properties of metal eg "arsenic is a metalloid element"
Indium (In) is a metal.
The element iron is a metal. It is in the d block.
It's an element. specifically a metalloid.
It would be Aluminum, which is a metal, not a metalloid.
None of the above. Thiamin is a compound and the terms metal, nonmetal and metalloid apply to elements.
Neptunium beryllide (NpBe3) is a solid chemical compound (not metal, nonmetal or metalloid).
Titanium is a metal.
it is metal non metal and metalloid
Neither. water is a compound.
Titanium (Ti) is a metal. It is a d-block element / transition metal element.
The element selenium is a non-metal.
The element 119 will be very probable an alkali metal.
Zirconium is a transitiom metal element. Hence it is a metal.
Niobium is a metal (a transition metal or a d block element).
cobalt is a metal. "co"
Not really. The terms metal, nonmetal, and metalloid are sued to describe elements. Glucose is a compound, not an element, so it can't be classed in any of those categories.
Neither. Benzene is a compound. It is considered to be an aromatic compound.
Boron is an metalloid element
Carbon Dioxide is a compound formed by a Carbon and Oxygen. Only an element can be classified as a metal, non-metal or a metalloid. Compounds cannot be classified in these categories. Carbon and oxygen both are non-metals.
When an element has 115 protons in its nucleus is synthesized will it be a metal nonmetal or metalloid?
None of the above. Silver chloride is a compound, while there terms metal, nonmetal, and metalloid apply to elements.
A compound between this alkali metal and the metalloid is formed is formed: arsenide, selenide, telluride, boride, etc.
Benzene is an organic chemical compound.
Xenon is achemical element and a Non Metal
Boron is recognized as a metalloid. A metalloid can be defined as a chemical element that has qualities of both metals and non-metals.
Which element has a black dull surface and it conducts electrical current well A metal non metal or a metalloid?
This element is a metalloid as it has properties (dull but conducts electrical current) from both metals and non-metals.
Antimony and arsenicÊbelong to the category of metalloid. A metalloid is an element whose properties are between that of a metal and a non-metal solid.
Metals, metalloids, and nonmetals all have isotopes. It depends on which element as to whether it is a metal, a metalloid, or a nonmetal, not whether it is an isotope.
Sodium chloride is a compound, a salt not a chemical element.
tin is an element and a metal. it is a 1.5 soft metal it is not rated as a metaloid,
When an element has a 115 protons in its nucleas is synthesized is it a metal a nonmetal or a metalloid?
It would be a metal
Niether, boron is a metalloid.
A metalliod looks like a metal
Boron is a metalloid.
Manganese is a metal. It belongs to d block and is a transition metal element
Neon is neither a metal nor a metalloid. It is a noble element.
Tellurium (Te) is a metalloid. It is a p block element and belongs to group 16
A metalloid is a chemical element with properties that are in-between or a mixture of those of metals and nonmetals, and which is considered to be difficult to classify unambiguously as either a metal or a nonmetal.
The element tin is a metal. It belongs to group 14 or carbon family
Element 117 would most likely be a metalloid.
A metal is a chemical element not a compound.
metalloid, non-metal, transitional, metal and rare-earth element