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test for tommrow

metals that are so reactive that in nature they are found only combinded with other elements alkali metals
metals that have two outer level electrons alkaline earth metals
shiny, reactive metals, some of which are used to make steel lanthanides
elements whose atoms are radioactive actinides
very reactive nonmetals halogens
unreactive nonmetals that do not react with other elements under normal conditions. noble gasses
metals in groups 3-12 that do not give away their electrons as easily as atoms of groups 1 and 2 transition metals
the most common element in group 13, the boron group aluminum
non metal that forms a wide variety of compounds, such as proteins, fats and carbohydrates carbon
an element that is necessary for substances to burn oxygen
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