Metals make up most of the periodic table. They are located on the left side of the table as well as in the middle of the table. Metalloids occupy the spots that trace the bold zig-zag line present on many tables. Non-metals are located on the right side of the table.
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Metals are placed to the left, metalloids and nonmetals to the right and th transition metals in the middle.
Well there are metalloids in the periodic table too...The nonmetals are to the right of the staircase. The metalloids separate the metals and nonmetals.
on the border between the metals and the nonmetals are seven elements called metalloids.
The metalloids or semiconductors are located along the line between the metals and nonmetals in the periodic table
Metalloids do not contain either metals or nonmetals. They are elements that have properties of both metals and metalloids, and are found between the metals and nonmetals on the periodic table.
Semi-metals, or metalloids, are elements that have properties of both metals AND nonmetals. They are located on the periodic table in between the metals on the left side and the nonmetals on the right side.
The nonmetals are located on the right side of the periodic table, after the transition metals and metalloids. Specifically, they are located after the stair set of metalloids: B, Si, Ge, As, Sb, Te, Po.
On the left all the way up to the line that separates the metals from the metalloids and nonmetals.
Metals are on the left side of the periodic table; metalloids and nonmetals are in the right side of the periodic table.
on the right of the periodic table. groups one through 12 are mostly metals and 13-18 are nonmetals or metalloids
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Non metals have properties opposite those of the metals . The metalloids, or semimetals, have properties that are somewhat of a cross between metals and nonmetals.
The most of the chemical elements are metals. Most are transition metals (located in the middle of the periodic table).
The metals are normally found on the left of the Periodic Table, the non-metals on the right and the metalloids in between.
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There are 17 nonmetals and only 6 metalloids.
actually, there are 3... metals, metalloids, and nonmetals.but, the 2 biggest are metals and nonmetals.
Scandium is a metal because it is in the transition metals section of the Periodic Table. The nonmetals are located near the right of the periodic table and the metalloids are right next to them between the metal and nonmetals. There are only few metalloids.
Metalloids are the border lines between the metals and the nonmetals in the Periodic Table.
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