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Periodic Table Webqu

Periodic Table

Are Alkali Metals reactive? Yes, they are very reactive.
What are three characteristic of Alkali Metals? They are malleable ( and be pounded into sheets), ductile, (can be rolled into wire), good conductors of heat and electricity.
Are Alkali Metals soft or hard? They are soft.
Are Alkali Earth Metals reactive? They are reactive.
Do Alkali Earth Metals occur freely in nature? They don't occur freely in nature.
In Transition Metals what are Valance electrons used for? They are used to combine with other elements.
How are Other Metals similar to Transition Metals? They are ductile and malleable.
What are three physical properties of Other Metals? They are solids, they have high density, and they are opaque.
What properties do have Metalloids? They have properties of both metals and nonmetals.
What is a semiconductor? It conducts electrons under certain conditions.
What are four characteristics of all nonmetals? They can be a gas or a solid, they cannot be rolled into wire or pounded into sheets (not ductile or malleable), they are very brittle.
At room temperature nonmetals are? Either a gas or a solid.
What are Halogens? They are nonmetals.
What does Halogen mean? Salt Former.
Compounds that contain halogens are? Salts.
At room temperature halogens are? Either a gas, a liquid or a solid.
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