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Dr. H Periodic Table

Dr. Heiny: (Standard 01) Periodic Table

periodic table a chart for listing the known elements by increasing atomic number such that elements of similar properties are grouped together
alkali metals the first column (family) of the periodic table except for hydrogen; also called group 1A
alkaline earth metals the second column (family) of the periodic table; also called group 2A
transition metals the elements in columns 3-12 on the periodic table
inner transition metals the lanthanide and actinide series on the periodic table
halogens column 17 (family 7A) on the periodic table
noble gases column 18 (family 8A) on the periodic table
nonmetals elements found in the top right-hand corner of the periodic table
metalloids elements that have properties of both metals and nonmetals.
period The row of the periodic table; the principal quantum number (n) of the elements in the s block of that row.
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