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Metalloids occupy a diagonal strip of elements between the metals on the left side of the periodic table and the non-metals on the right side, including boron, silicon, arsenic, tellurium and astatine to the right of the dividing line, and antimony, germanium and polonium to the left of the line. They are coded green in the textbook's periodic table. All metalloids are solid at room temperature. Metalloids generally have properties between the metals and non- metals. They can conduct electricity, but not as well as metals, and only under certain circumstances. Unlike metals, most metalloids are brittle, not ductile. Semi-conductors used in electronic devices are made from the metalloids silicon and germanium. Non-metals include gases like hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, fluorine, chlorine and the noble gases, and solids like carbon, phosphorus, sulfur, and iodine, as well as one liquid (bromine). They are coded yellow in the textbook's periodic table, and are located to the right of the metalloid dividing line (except hydrogen, at the upper left corner of the periodic table). Non-metals do not conduct heat or electricity well. When solid, they are usually brittle. The non- metal elements hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur and phosphorus are essential to life. Practice Problems 1. 2. 3. Elements that conduct electricity and heat well are Elements that do not conduct electricity and heat well are Semi-conductors are often made from Ductile and malleable elements are Brittle elements are either or Elements that have a blend of properties between metals and non-metals 4. 5. 6. are 7. Most of the elements essential to life are 8. The elements touching the zig-zag line are 9. Elements on the right side of the periodic table are 10. Elements on the left side of the periodic table are 11. The element sodium (Na) is a 12. The element silicon (Si) is a 13. The element oxygen (O) is a 14. The element aluminum (AI) is a 15. The element hydrogen (H) is a 16. The element potassium (K) is a 17. The element germanium (Ge) is a