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Family/Group Review

Periodic Table Family/Group Review

QuestionAnswer
most reactive with alkali metals Halogen group
Includes the element sulfur oxygen family
Has seven electons on the outer energy level Halogen group
Most reactive non-metals Halogen group
most reactive metals alkali metals
has two electons on the outer energy shell alkaline earth metals
has three electons on the outer energy shell Boron family
element with the outer energy level filled Noble gases
includes elements like fluorine, chlorine, and iodine Halogens
Includes elements like neon, helium, and xenon Noble gases
Elements that are radioactive belong to this group Actinides
Group that includes elements like germanium and silicon use in computer chips Carbon group
elements that are also called rare earth metals lanthanides
The elements silver, iron, and gold belongs to this group Transition
semiconductors metalloids
elements to the right of the zigzag line nonmetals
elements to the left of the zigzag line metals
good conductors of heat and electric current metals
poor conductors of heat and electric current nonmetals
shiny, ductile, meallable metals
dull, brittle, rigid nonmetals
three main classes of elements on the periodic table metal, nonmetal, and metalloid
Created by: scienceeagle