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Interactive Metalloid Elements.

"Metalloids Matching Cards" is a small knowledge level game to match two identical cards with chemical elements. Chemistry exercise to study the metalloids and poor metals group from the periodic table of the elements. Fun educational game, suitable for online lessons and interactive classes. Free online game.

This chemistry class game include the following chemical elements:
  • --Metalloids--
  • B Boron
  • Si Silicon
  • Ge Germanium
  • As Arsenic
  • Sb Antimony
  • Te Tellurium
  • --Poor Metals--
  • Al Aluminium
  • Ga Gallium
  • Zn Zinc
  • Cd Cadmium
  • In Indium
  • Sn Tin
Metalloids Matching Cards Educational Game

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How to play Metalloids Matching Cards

The game generates 24 random cards with metalloid and poor metal chemical elements in pairs, where every two cards are the same. Like all matching pairs memory card games, you must open all two same cards one after another to win the game. If you open one element card, try to open the same element card as next card to clear the two cards from the game.

Knowledge Achievements:
Know at least 5 metalloid and poor metal elements and get +1 Knowledge Level.
Difficulty: Medium.

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Class subject: Metalloid and poor metal elements.

A metalloid is a type of chemical element which has properties in between, or that are a mixture of, those of metals and nonmetals. There is neither a standard definition of a metalloid nor complete agreement on the elements appropriately classified as such. Despite the lack of specificity, the term remains in use in the literature of chemistry.

Typical metalloids have a metallic appearance, but they are brittle and only fair conductors of electricity. Chemically, they behave mostly as nonmetals. They can form alloys with metals. Most of their other physical properties and chemical properties are intermediate in nature. Metalloids are usually too brittle to have any structural uses. They and their compounds are used in alloys, biological agents, catalysts, flame retardants, glasses, optical storage and optoelectronics, pyrotechnics, semiconductors, and electronics.

Poor metals or Post-transition metals are a set of metallic elements in the periodic table located between the transition metals to their left, and the metalloids to their right.

Physically, post-transition metals are soft, have poor mechanical strength, and have melting points lower than those of the transition metals. Being close to the metal-nonmetal border, their crystalline structures tend to show covalent or directional bonding effects, having generally greater complexity or fewer nearest neighbours than other metallic elements.

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