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DICKSON 3.2

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Metals are found on the _____ of the periodic table left
Non-metals are found on the _____ of the periodic table right
The metalloids are on the ______ _____ of the periodic table. stair step
The category of elements that are generally shiny, ductile, and malleable. metals
The category of elements that lack luster and are poor conductors. nonmetals
The category of elements that are semi-conductors. metalloids
Elements in group 1 are called _____ _____. alkali metals
Elements in group 2 are called ____ _____ _____. alkaline earth metals
The center section of the periodic table are what type of metals? transitional
The ability of a metal reflect light. luster
The ability of a metal to be pulled into wire. ductility
The ability of a metal to be hammered or rolled into sheets. malleability
mass/volume density
Alkaline Metals have ___ valence electron. one
Alkaline Earth metals have _____ valence electron. two
Elements in the same group have the ____ _____ ____ because of the number of valence electrons. similar chemical properties
Most metals are ______ at room temperature solid
Most non-metals are _____ at room temperature. gases
Mercury and Bromine are ____ at room temperature. liquid
Alkaline Metals and alkaline earth metals _____ violently with water. react
As you move from left to right on the periodic table, metallic properties _____. decrease
As you move from top to bottom on the periodic table, metallic properties _____. increase
The size of atoms in an element increases at you go ____ the periodic table. down.
Alkaline Earth Metals are ____ reactive than alkali metals. less
Transitional metals have ____ melting points than group 1 & 2 elements. higher
Transitional metals are ______ than group 1 & 2 elements. stronger
Alkaline earth metals and alkali metals have ____ densities than transitional metals. lower
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