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Kubalsky chapter 10

how are elements arranged on the periodic table They are arranged in increasing atomic number, the atomic radius increses, and physical and chemical properties
where are metals, nonmetals, and metaloids located on the periodic table metals are on the right, the nonmetals are on the left, and the metaloids are in middle
how do properties change across the periodic table elements gain more electrons and protons as you move up the table, the atomic number also increases.
what properties do metals share shiny,luster,ductility,malleability, and conductivity
what properties do metalloids share bad conductors, most are gas at room temperature, can be solid but are dull in color, and have no luster
what properties do halogens share low melting and boiling points, they can be solid, liquids, and gases.
what are Alkali Metals an element in group one on the periodic table
what are alkali earth metals an element on group 2 of the periodic table
what is a group a column on the periodic table
what are metals an element that is genrally shiny, is easily pulled into wires or hammered into thin sheets, and is a good conductor of electricity and thermal energy
what is a period a row on the periodic table
Created by: Mrs. Logan