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Metals/Non Review

CAVA 302 S1U3.07 Metals and Non-Metals Review

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Metals are to the [...] of the BAt line. Metals are to the left of the BAt line.
The first column on the left is the [...] metals. The first column on the left is the alkali metals.
The second column from the left is the [...] metals. The second column form the left is the alkaline earth metals.
Group (column) 1 has one name: [...] Group (column) 1 has one name: alkali
Group (column) 2 has two names: [...] Group (column) 2 has two names: alkaline earth
After the first two columns, all metals are [...] metals. After the first two columns, all metals are transition metals.
Main properties of [...]: malleable, ductile, shiny, and good conductors. Main properties of metals: malleable, ductile, shiny, and good conductors.
Except for Mercury, all metals are [...] at room temperature. Except for Mercury, all metals are solid at room temperature.
Non-metals are to the [...] of the BAt line. Non-metals are to the right of the BAt line.
Despite its location, [...] is also a non-metal. Despite its location, Hydrogen is also a non-metal.
Non-metal properties are the exact [...] of metals: brittle, dull, poor conductors. Non-metal properties are the exact opposite of metals: brittle, dull, poor conductors.
Non-Metals are [...] a kind of metal (that's what 'non' means!) Non-Metals are NOT a kind of metal (that's what 'non' means!)
Non-Metals are mostly solids or gases at room temperature; but [...] is a liquid. Non-Metals are mostly solids or gases at room temperature; but Bromine is a liquid.
The last column on the right are the [...]. The last column on the right are the noble gases.
Noble gases are very non-[...] non-metals. Noble gases are very non-reactive non-metals.
The second-to-last column on the right are the [...]. The second-to-last column on the right are the halogens.
Halogens are very [...] non-metals. Halogens are very reactive non-metals.
Created by: mr.shapard