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Group 1 very reactive
Group 2 very reactive
Group 13 reactive
Group 14 re-activity varies
Group 15 re-activity varies
Group 16 very reactive
Group 17 very reactive
Group 18 unreactive
which groups on the periodic table are not found uncombined in nature due to being very reactive alkali metal- group 1 halogen - group 17
groups period up and down (vertical) left to right (horizontal)
where are metals located left of zigzag
where are nonmetals located right of zigzag
where are metalliods located border of the zigzag (6)
atom simplest form of an element
molecule combination
ionic metal bonded with nonmetal
covalent nonmetal with nonmetal
what happens to chemical bonds during a chemical reaction -original bonds are broken -atoms are rearranged -form new bonds
which substance is the product and reactants N2 + 3H2 → 2NH3
explain why the following equation doesn't demonstrate the law of conservation of matter NaCl + F2 → NaF + Cl2 (you can't destroy or create matter
ionic electrons are transferred between atoms; covalent bonds electrons are shared
Created by: smileyk