No. Metallic bond is formed in the case of metals. Silicon is a non metal and does not form metallic bond.
No, "metallic" means that it contains metal.
An creation disk may eventually form a
Potassium is a metallic element; therefore, in pure form it has metallic bonds.
Alloys form metallic bonds between the metal atoms.
Silver does not form covalent bonds. In metallic form, it has a metallic bond, and in compounds, it forms ionic bonds.
Metallic oxides are basic because they dissociate to form the hydroxyl ions while the non-metallic oxides are acidic because they dissociate to form hydrogen ions.
Only metal atoms have the ability to form metallic bonds.
Whichever metal can contribute the most valence electrons will form the strongest metallic bonds.
No, calcium tends to form ionic bonds when in compounds. In its pure metallic state, it forms metallic bonds.
If two bromine atoms form a bond with each other, the bond is covalent, not metallic.