metalloid

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İngilizce - Türkçe
metalsi
madenimsi
madene benzer basit cisim
madene benzer
metaloit
{s} madensi
{i} metâloid
madene benzeyen
(Tıp) a) Madene benzer, madenimsi. b) Maden olmayan fakat madene benzer basit cisim, metaloid
maden olmayan fakat madene benzer basit cisim
{i} madene benzer cisim
İngilizce - İngilizce
an element, such as silicon or germanium, intermediate in properties between that of a metal and a nonmetal; especially one that exhibits the external characteristics of a metal, but behaves chemically more as a nonmetal
element bordering the staircase line on the periodic table; exhibits both metallic and non-metallic properties
of or being a nonmetallic element that has some of the properties of metal; "arsenic is a metalloid element
Having the properties of a nonmetal; nonmetallic; acid; negative
Davy to sodium, potassium, and some other metallic substances whose metallic character was supposed to be not well defined
Formerly, the metallic base of a fixed alkali, or alkaline earth; applied by Sir H
are metalloids
Having the appearance of a metal
Now, one of several elementary substances which in the free state are unlike metals, and whose compounds possess or produce acid, rather than basic, properties; a nonmetal; as, boron, carbon, phosphorus, nitrogen, oxygen, sulphur, chlorine, bromine, etc
of or being a nonmetallic element that has some of the properties of metal; "arsenic is a metalloid element"
1) An element intermediate between metals and nonmetals possessing both metallic and nonmetallic properties, as arsenic, 2) sometimes applied to elements commonly bonded in small amounts in steel, as carbon, manganese, boron, silicon, sulfur, and phosphorus
an element which has the capacity to act as either a metal or a nonmetal, depending on the chemical circumstances
{i} element which is both metallic and nonmetallic; nonmetal
(a) Element intermediate in luster and conductivity between the true metals and non-metals Arsenic, antimony, boron, tellurium, and selenium, etc , are generally considered metalloids; frequently one allotropic modification of an element will be non-metallic, another metalloid in character Obviously, no hard and fast line can be drawn (b) In steel metallurgy, metalloid in has a specialized, even of erroneous, meaning; is covers elements commonly present in simple steel; carbon, manganese, phosphorus, silicon and sulfur Melting Point The temperature at which a pure metal, compound or eutectic changes form solid to liquid; the temperature at which the liquid and the solid are in equilibrium Melting Range The range of temperature in which an alloy melt; that is the range between solidus and liquidus temperatures
{s} of metalloid (element which is both metallic and non-metallic); resembling both a metal and a nonmetal
elements such as arsenic and selenium, which have both metallic and non-metallic properties
Resembling a metal, or having chemical properties similar to metals
metalloidal
metalloid