Arsenic has physical properties as it is a crystalline or metal-looking solid.
It is shiny, gray, and metallic
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Arsenic is a metalloid. Some of its properties are: oxidation to arsenic trioxide, arsenic acid with concentrated nitric acid, subliming on heating.
No, arsenic is a metalloid.
Arsenic shares properties with Phosphorus and Antimony.
With the exception of nitrogen which is a gas the rest, P, As, Sb, Bi are solids at room temperature. Arsenic and antimony are metalloids, bismuth is a metal. Not a lot of physical properties in common! Chemical properties--there are similarities.
The two elements that have the most similar chemical properties to arsenic are Phosphorus (P) and Antimony (Sb).
No. It is a metalloid. It has some properties of metals and some of non-metals.Arsenic is a metalloid.
both metals and nonmetals
Arsenic (symbol As) is a metalloid. It exhibits properties of both metals and non metals.
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Arsenic and nitrogen are members of the same group of the periodic table of Mendeleev - group 15 (pnictides); the have have some similar chemical properties but the differences are also very important.
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Arsenic is a metalloid. It belongs to group 15 and has properties of both metals and non metals.
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