Properties of Metalloids?

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Metalloids are elements that have properties that are between a metal and a non-metal. They are solids and have a metallic luster. They are also brittle and are semi-contuctive.
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The Metalloids are in Groups 13-16, in a zig-zag line between the metals and the non-metals.
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