Question

Semiconductors are located in the periodic table on (or in) the?

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Explanation.

When we talk about semiconductors, we know that the other name for semiconductors is metalloids. Metalloids are a unique group of chemical elements with properties of both metal and nonmetals. Also important is the metalloid's position in the periodic table, which is located along the line between the metals and nonmetals. An important characteristic is that metalloids conduct heat and electricity.

List of the chemical elements which is that group.

5B_{5}^{} \mathrm{B} 14Si_{14}^{} \mathrm{Si} 32Ge_{32}^{} \mathrm{Ge} 33As_{33}^{} \mathrm{As} 51Sb_{51}^{} \mathrm{Sb} 52Te_{52}^{} \mathrm{Te} 85At_{85}^{} \mathrm{At}

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