Forming an alloy if combined with metals, metalloids refer to elementary substances possessing metallic as well as non-metallic properties. The most commonly recognized metalloids are silicon, antimony, arsenic, germanium, boron and tellurium. Electronegativity, ability to perform as semiconductors and chemical reactivity are amid the most characteristic properties of metalloids.
Many kinds of metalloids are considered to be poisonous. Nevertheless, metalloids are utilized in a whale of industrial processes. They are used in household products, electronics, alloys and chemical industries. Silicon and arsenic segments represent the largest segments of the overall metalloids market.
This MarketPublishers’ catalogue contains research reports covering the metalloids market at different geographical scales. The studies provide in-depth analyses of the market; summarize key market events and characterize the performance of the top market players. Import and export statistics, data on price fluctuations, demand and consumption trends are available in the research studies. In addition, the reports offer future forecasts for the market.