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metals left of the stair step line they lose electrons in chemical reactions conductors of heat and electricity, shiny, malleable, and ductile
meralloid border the stair step line , have some properties of both metals and nonmetals
nonmetals right of the stair step line , gain electrons in chemical reactions
periodic law repeating chemical and physical properties of elements change
atomic symbol identifies the element , consists of one two three letters . the first letter is always capitalized other letters are lower case
proton positive, in the nucleus has a mass of 1 amu discovered by Rutherford
neutron subatomic particle , no charge located in nucleus has a mass of 1 amu discovered by chadwick
electron negative subatomic particle located in the electron cloud has a mass of 0 amu discovered by thomson
Created by: amh