Template:Periodic table (metalloid)

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Metalloids
  13 14 15 16 17
2 B
Boron
C
Carbon
N
Nitrogen
O
Oxygen
F
Fluorine
3 Al
Aluminium
Si
Silicon
P
Phosphorus
S
Sulfur
Cl
Chlorine
4 Ga
Gallium
Ge
Germanium
As
Arsenic
Se
Selenium
Br
Bromine
5 In
Indium
Sn
Tin
Sb
Antimony
Te
Tellurium
I
Iodine
6 Tl
Thallium
Pb
Lead
Bi
Bismuth
Po
Polonium
At
Astatine
 
  Commonly recognised as a metalloid (93%): B, Si, Ge, As, Sb, Te
  Irregularly (44%): Po, At
  Less commonly (24%): Se
  Rarely (9%): C, Al
  Metal–nonmetal dividing line (arbitrary): between Be and B, Al and Si, Ge and As, Sb and Te, Po and At

Recognition status, as metalloids, of some elements in the p-block of the periodic table. Percentages are median appearance frequencies in the list of metalloid lists.[n 1] The staircase-shaped line is a typical example of the arbitrary metal–nonmetal dividing line found on some periodic tables.

References

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The references of group "n":
  1. ^ For a related commentary see also: Vernon RE 2013, 'Which Elements Are Metalloids?', Journal of Chemical Education, vol. 90, no. 12, pp. 1703–1707, doi:10.1021/ed3008457
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Main article: metalloids

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Legend colors used:

Colors used
  • {{element color|Metalloid citeclass 1 of 4}}  #baffba (93%)
  • {{element color|Metalloid citeclass 2 of 4}}  #badcff (44%)
  • {{element color|Metalloid citeclass 3 of 4}}  #ffbadc (24%)
  • {{element color|Metalloid citeclass 4 of 4}}  #ffffba (9%)
The colors are calculated through HSV:
H-S-V: H-65-240 for all (1/240 scale)
H: gr/bl/rd/ye = 80/140/220/40

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