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Wiley Chemisty

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Group 1 Alkali Metals Extremely reactive metals never found free in nature,silver colored and shiny, soft enough to cut with a knife.
Group 2 Alkali Earth Metals Silver colored metals, 2 outer level electrons (valence electrons)
Group 3-12 Transition Metals Shiny metals good conductors of heat and electricity.
Lanthanides and Actinides Transition metals that were taken out and paced at the bottom of the table so it wouldn't be so wide.
Group 13 Boron Group 1 metalloid and 4 metals. reactive. Aluminum is in this group
Group 14 Carbon Group Contains 1 nonmetal, two metalloids, and two metals. Varied reactivity
Group 15 Nitrogen Group 2 nonmetals, two metalloids and one metal.Reactive 5 outer electrons (valence electrons)
Group 16 Oxygen Group 3 nonmetals, one metalloid and one metal. 6 outer electrons (valence electrons)
Group 17 Halogens All nonmetals very reactive, Poor conductors of heat and electricity. forms salts with metals. 7 out electrons (valence electrons)
Group 18 Nobel Gases Unreactive nonmetals. All are colorless, odorless gases at room temperature. 8 outer electrons (valence electrons)
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