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Periodic Table Vocab

Non-Metals No luster, low density, low melting point, not ductile.
Metalloids Mixture of metals and non-metals.
Metals Conductors, ductile, malleable, high melting point.
Periods Periods are going vertical and are numbered 1-7 on the PT, their atomic number increases from left to right.
Groups Groups are goin horizontal and are numbered 1-18, the left side is more reactive then the right.
Reactive Atoms Very unstable atoms, the mot reactive are on the left side of the PT.
Stable Atoms Rarely bond with other atoms, stable atoms are on the right side of the PT.
Alkali Metals Highly reactive metals, they are never found uncombined in nature, also are very soft.
Alkaline Matels Fairly reactive but still are never found uncombined in nature, also serve as important minerals to our body.
Transition Metals Less reactive, they are hard, dense metals that are useful as building materials, jewelry and coins.
Noble Gases Unreactive gases, do not react naturally, always found on their own in nature.
Created by: Mark_Ch