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Periodic Table Test

What I Need to Know for my Periodic Table Test

who created the first periodic table Mendeleev
what does each square on the periodic table include atomic number, chemical symbol, element name, and atomic mass
how many groups in the periodic table 18
how many periods in the periodic table 7
what can be predicted of an element by its placement on the periodic table properties
to what side of the zig zagged line are metals found on the periodic table left
what tends to decrease as you move left to right across the periodic table reactivity
how many nonmetals are there 17
to what side of the zig zagged line are nonmetals found on the periodic table right
what are some characteristics of nonmetals dull, brittle, and poor conductors
how many metalloids are there 7
what are some characteristics of metals shiny, ductile, malleable, good conductors
what state of matter are nonmetals usually at room temp gas
what state of matter are metals usually at room temp solid
what is the only metal that is not solid at room temp mercury
Created by: edenbreslauer