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Silicon carbide forms which type of solid?

molecular
network
ion-ion
metallic

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  • Chemistry--Solids - ,

    Read about network solids here. See page three (3) specifically for SiC.

  • Chemistry--Solids - ,

    Should be "Metallic" because Silicon Carbide is a crystalline structure which give of a metallic glare.

  • Chemistry--Solids - ,

    Am I to assume your taking CHE 111 General Chemistry 1 for Dual Credit? Because this seems very familiar.

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