A metalloid is any chemical element which has properties in amid those nonmetals or metals, or that has a combination of them. In the choices given above, all of them are metalloids but these three are the commonly recognized as metalloids:
Boron (B), germanium (Ge), and tellurium (Te)Explanation;Metalloids are chemical elements which have properties in amid those nonmetals or metals, or that has a combination of them. In other words their properties are intermediate of those of both metals and non metals.Metalloids includes; silicon, germanium, tellurium, arsenic, antimony, boron and polonium.These elements are solid at room temperatures, they can also form alloys with other metals and some act as electrical conductors and are therefore called semiconductors, and are used to make diodes.
Metalloids means elements having properties between metals and non- metals. Examples are boron, silicon, germanium, arsenic, antimony and tellurium.
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