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Periodic Table

Alkali Metals (Group 1) Highly reactive metals. So reactive the they are never found uncombined in nature. Metals soft enough to be cut with a butter knife.
Alkaline Metals (Group 2) Fairly reactive metals. Less reactive than alkali metals, but still never found uncombined in nature. They serve as important minerals for our body.
Transitional Metals (Group 3-12) Less reactive metals. Hard, dense metals that are useful as building materials, jewelry and coins.
Periodic Table A table that arranges all of the known elements in order of increasing atomic number and usually coincides with increasing atomic mass.
Metals Solid at room temperature except mercury, shiny luster, ductile, malleable, good conductors of heat and electricity, high density, high melting points, reactive.
Nonmetals No luster, poor conductors of heat and electricity, brittle, not ductile, not malleable, low density, low melting points, less reactive than metals.
Metalloids Elements on both sides of the zigzag line (on the periodic table) have properties of metals and nonmetals.
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