Metalloids

Which 2 elements along the stair step line are not metalloids?

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METALLOIDS

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Polonium and astatine may or may not be included as metalloids (depends on your periodic table). Overall, polonium is closer to being metal than a metalloid; astatine closer to being non-metal than metalloid

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No. The elements that lie along the stair step line of the periodic table are metalloids. They have properties similar to those of metals and non-metals.





The elements along the zigzag line are mostly metalloids, excluding Aluminum and Polonium.


Metalloids are the elements touching the stairs on the periodic table. It is the stair like line on the right side of the table.


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any elements under the stair step line on a periodic table of elements are metals, except for the ones that touch the line, in which case they are metalloids


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There is a staircase (or zigzag) line running along group 13 to group 17. Metalloids are the elements that lie on the staircase.


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