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Citations as metalloid by element
Element → Arsenic Tellu­rium Germa­nium Silicon Anti­mony Boron Polo­nium Asta­tine Sele­nium Alu­minium Carbon Bis­muth Phos­phorus Beryl­lium Tin Sulfur Liver­morium Iodine Other Total
As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Se Al C Bi P Be Sn S Lv I avg
Citations → 191.5 190.5 184.5 183.5 169.5 166 93.5 78 46 18 16.5 11.5 10 7.5 5.5 3 3 2.5 6 7.15
Frequency (194 = 100%)  99% 98% 95% 95% 87% 86% 48% 40% 24% 9.3% 8.5% 5.9% 5.2% 3.9% 2.8% 1.5% 1.5% 1.3% 3.1%
Source Yr
Simmons[1] 1947 As Te Sb Se   4
Pauling[2] 1949 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Szabó & Lakatos[3] 1954 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Al Be   10
Dull, Metcalfe & Williams[4] 1958 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Al   9
Frey[5] 1958 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Johnstone & Miller[6] 1960 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se C P   9
Edwards et al.[7] 1961 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se I   8
Bond[8] 1962 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Swift & Schaefer[9] 1962 As Ge Si Sb B Bi   6
Hoffman[10] 1963 As Te Ge Si Sb B Be   7
Nathans[11] 1963 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Bailar, Moeller & Kleinberg[12] 1965 As Te Ge Se   4
Selwood[13] 1965 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Al Bi Sn Ga 12
Bassett et al.[14] 1966 Te Ge Si Sb B Po Al Be   8
Hultgren[15] 1966 As Te Ge Si Sb Se C   7
Metcalfe, Williams & Castka[16] 1966 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po Al#   7.5
Rochow[17] 1966 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po# At# Se# C# Bi# P#   9
Mahan[18] 1967 As Te Ge Si B   5
Paul, King & Farinholt[19] 1967 As Te Ge Si Sb Se   6
Siebring[20] 1967 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po Al   8
Cotton & Lynch[21] 1968 As Te Ge Si Sb B At Se C   9
Dunstan[22] 1968 As Te Ge# Sb Po Al Bi Be Sn Pb 7.5
Tyrell & Warren[23] 1968 As Te Ge# Si Sb# B Po# At Se# Al# C# P# I#   9.5
Williams, Embree & DeBey[24] 1968 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po Al   8
Chedd[25] 1969 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Hägg[26] 1969 As Te Ge Sb At Sn   6
Holum[27] 1969 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Al   9
Hunter[28] 1969 As Te Si Sb Se   5
Moody[29] 1969 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Al Be   10
Dickerson, Gray & Haight[30] 1970 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Hardwick & Knobler[31] 1970 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Williams, Embree & DeBay[32] 1970 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po Al Be   9
Dickson[33] 1971 As Te Ge Si Sb Po   6
Emsley[34] 1971 As Te Ge Sb   4
Nitz & Dhonau[35] 1971 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Pimentel & Spratley[36] 1971 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po# At# Se C   9
Barrow[37] 1972 As Te Ge Si B   5
Choppin & Johnsen[38] 1972 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se   7
Horvath[39] 1973 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Pascoe[40] 1973 Te Ge Si B At Se C P   8
Seager & Stoker[41] 1973 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Al Be   10
Allen & Keefer[42] 1974 As Te Ge Si Sb B At Se   8
Andrews[43] 1974 As Te Si B At   5
Day & Johnson[44] 1974 As Te Ge Si Sb Po At   7
Dickson[45] 1974 As Te Ge Si Sb Po At   7
Duffy[46] 1974 As Te Ge Sb Se   5
Fuller[47] 1974 As Te Ge Si B Se C   7
Nordmann[48] 1974 As Te Ge Si B Po At Se   8
O'Connor[49] 1974 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Rock & Gerhold[50] 1974 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Pauling & Pauling[51] 1975 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Hearst & Ifft[52] 1976 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se   7
Tyler Miller[53] 1976 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Al H 10
Waser, Trueblood & Knobler[54] 1976 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Bloomfield[55] 1977 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Al   9
Ucko[56] 1977 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Al   9
Hill & Holman[57] 1978 As Te Ge Si B C#   5.5
Coxon, Fergusson & Phillips[58] 1980 As Te Ge Si Sb# B At Be#   7
Warrena & Geballe[59] 1981 As Te Si B At Se C P S   9
Walters[60] 1982 As Te Ge Si B   5
Edwards & Sienko[61] 1983 As Te Ge Sb Po At#   5.5
Holtzclaw, Robinson & Nebergall[62] 1984 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Boikess & Edelson[63] 1985 As Te Ge Si B   5
Peters[64] 1986 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Hibbert & James[65] 1987 As Te Ge Si Sb Po Bi   7
Jones et al.[66] 1987 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
McQuarrie & Rock[67] 1987 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Wulfsberg[68] 1987 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se   7
Thayer[69] 1988 As Te Ge Si B P   6
Whitten, Gailey & Davis[70] 1988 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Al   9
Bailar et al.[71] 1989 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se   7
Gill[72] 1989 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Malone[73] 1989 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Petrucci[74] 1989 As Te Ge Si Sb Po At   7
Puddephatt & Monaghan[75] 1989 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Scott[76] 1989 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Segal[77] 1989 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Oxtoby, Nachtrieb & Freeman[78] 1990 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Atkins & Beran[79] 1990 As Te Ge Si Sb Po   6
Ebbing & Wrighton[80] 1993 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Zumdahl[81] 1993 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Birk[82] 1994 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Smith[83] 1994 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
AAE[84] 1996 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se   7
Brady & Holum[85] 1996 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Harrison & de Mora[86] 1996 As Te Ge Si B   5
Hook & Post[87] 1996 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Atkins & Jones[88] 1997 As Te Ge Si Sb Po   6
Dayah[89] 1997 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Mingos[90] 1998 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Joesten & Wood[91] 1999 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Kremer[92] 1999 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Thompson[93] 1999 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Umland & Bellama[94] 1999 As Te Ge Si B At Se   7
Callister[95] 2000 As Te Ge Si B Se C   7
Enloe[96] 2000 As Te Si B At   5
Mann, Meek & Allen[97] 2000 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po Bi   8
Phillips, Stozak & Wistrom[98] 2000 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Ryan[99] 2000 As Te Ge Si B   5
Hawkes[100] 2001 As Te Ge Sb Se Bi   6
Lewis & Evans[101] 2001 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Masterton & Hurley[102] 2001 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Barrett[103] 2002 As# Te# Ge# Si# Sb# B# Se#   3.5
Chang[104] 2002 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Lv Uus 10
Harding, Johnson & Janes[105] 2002 As Te Ge Si Sb   5
Johnson[106] 2002 As Te Ge Si Sb At   6
Rodgers[107] 2002 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Szefer[108] 2002 As Te Ge Si Sb Se   6
Woodgate[109] 2002 As Te Ge Sb Al   5
Wright & Welbourn[110] 2002 As Te Ge Si B   5
e-encyclopedia[111] 2003 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se   7
Gupta[112] 2003 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Hunt[113] 2003 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Myers[114] 2003 As Te Ge Si Sb B At Se   8
Williams[115] 2003 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Atkins[116] 2004 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Cox[117] 2004 As Te Ge Si Sb Se   6
Gilbert, Kirss & Davies[118] 2004 As Te Ge Si Sb B At Se   8
Reilly[119] 2004 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Se   9
Ebbing & Gammon[120] 2005 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Fry & Page[121] 2005 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Halliday, Resnick & Walker[122] 2005 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Holler & Selegue[123] 2005 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At#   7.5
Kotz, Treichel & Weaver[124] 2005 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Meyer[125] 2005 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Orchin[126] 2005 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Swenson[127] 2005 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Se C Bi   11
Baird[128] 2006 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Blei & Odian[129] 2006 As Te Ge Si Sb Po At Lv   8
Brown & Holme[130] 2006 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Dashek & Harrison[131] 2006 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Finch et al.[132] 2006 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se   7
Goldfrank & Flomenbaum[133] 2006 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Hatt[134] 2006 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se   7
Hérold[135] 2006 As Ge Si B Po At# Se C Bi P   9.5
McMonagle[136] 2006 As Te Ge Si B Lv Fl
Uup
8
Rayner-Canham & Overton[137] 2006 As Te Ge Si B   5
Silberberg[138] 2006 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Slade[139] 2006 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Wertheim, Oxlade & Stockley[140] 2006 As Te Ge Si Sb B At Se   8
Whitley[141] 2006 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
American Chemical Society[142] 2007 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Astruc[143] 2007 As Si B Se P S   6
Casper[144] 2007 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Crystal[145] 2007 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
DeGraff[146] 2007 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Joesten, Hogg & Castellion[147] 2007 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Lewis[148] 2007 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po Se C P S   11
Petty[149] 2007 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Se C Bi P Sn   13
Rösler, Harders & Bäker[150] 2007 As Te Ge Si Sb B Sn#   6.5
Saunders[151] 2007 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Saunders[152] 2007 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Shipman, Wilson & Tood[153] 2007 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Bauer, Birk & Sawyer[154] 2008 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Clugston & Flemming[155] 2008 As Te Ge Si Sb Se   6
Encyclopedia Columbia[156] 2008 As Te Sb Se   4
Ham[157] 2008 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Kelter, Mosher & Scott[158] 2008 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Masterton & Hurley[159] 2008 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Merck[160] 2008 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Nicolaou & Montagnon[161] 2008 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At C   9
Řezanka & Sigler[162] 2008 As Te Si B At Se   6
Tro & Neu[163] 2008 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Vallero[164] 2008 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Brown et al.[165] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Burrows et al.[166] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se   7
Castor-Perry[167] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At I   9
Cracolice & Peters[168] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Economou[169] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Al   9
Habashi[170] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po Se Bi   9
Hein & Arena[171] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Leach[172] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Manning[173] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
McMurray & Fay[174] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Reger, Goode & Ball[175] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Schnepp[176] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Shubert & Leyba[177] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Whitten et al.[178] 2009 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Aldinger & Weberruss[179] 2010 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Banks et al.[180] 2010 As Te Ge Si Sb B   6
Fayer[181] 2010 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
Gray[182] 2010 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
Groysman[183] 2010 As Te Ge Si Sb Po   6
Halka & Nordstrom[184] 2010 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Lombi E & Holm PE[185] 2010 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At   8
NEST Association[186] 2010 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
RCCS[187] 2010 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po At Se C Bi P Sn   13
Senese[188] 2010 As Te Ge Si Sb B# Po At Se# C   9
Weiner[189] 2010 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Barbalace[190] 2011 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po   7
Encyclopædia Britannica Online[191] 2011 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po# At#   7
Helmenstine[192] 2011 As Te Ge Si Sb B Po#   6.5
Moore[193] 2011 As Te Ge Si Sb B At   7
QA International[194] 2011 As Te Ge Si Sb B Se   7
Element → Arsenic Tellu­rium Germa­nium Silicon Anti­mony Boron Polo­nium Asta­tine Sele­nium Alu­minium Carbon Bis­muth Phos­phorus Beryl­lium Tin Sulfur Liver­morium Iodine Other
  • # (hashmark) next to an element: its inclusion as a metalloid, in that particular list, is qualified in some way by the author(s). It is counted as 0.5 citation.

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