what bonding is metalloid????
2 non-metals form covalent bonds, 2 metals form metallic bonds, and one of each forms ionic bonds. How do metalloids bond with metals, nonmetals, and other metalloids?
And what structure can find in metalloid???
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Using silicon chloride (SiCl4) as an example,
Silicon is a group 4 metalloid.
It shares electrons with chlorine by sharing 1 electron with each chlorine atom.
In this case, silicon dioxide is a giant covalent structure. Covalent bond exist between silicon and chlorine.
About the question added,
In general, it is difficult to tell which metalloid compound belongs to which strucutre.
Hope my explanations help.