Some groups are the noble gasses, transition metals, metals, metaloids, non-metals, halogens, alkali metals, and alkali earth metals.
The alkali metals are in Group 1 (IA) and the noble gases are in Group 18 (VIIIA).
1= alkali metals 2= alkaline earth metals 13= nonmetals 18= noble gasses
Well, several are, and from left to right. Alkali metals Alkaline earth metals. Transition metals. Metaloids. Nonmetals. Halogens. Nobel gasses.
The alkali earth metals act in a similar but slightly less reactive way to alkali metals
Alkali metal forms Alkali while metals form bases.
Alkali metals are the most reactive metals.
(Alkali metals, alkali earth metals, transition metals, other metals, other non-metals, halogens, noble gasses, rare earth metals.) ==> these are not 'types of matter' they are just the names of the categories we put the elements in. Their are 3 main types of matter: gas, liquid and solid, some say that plasma is also a type
Alkali metals are very reactive metals.
Alkali metals are those metals in which it is the reaction between the metals and the base.
alkali metals form alkali oxides.
Alkali earth metals are named after their oxides, alkaline earth.
No, hydrogen is a nonmetal. It is grouped with the alkali metals because it has a similar outer shell electron configuration as they do. Hydrogen is something of an oddball among elements. It is rather unique, but share some characteristics with both the halogens and the alkali metals. When the periodic table is divided into groups (noble gasses, halogens, alkali metals, etc.) hydrogen is usually put in its own group.
there are alkali metals and alkali earth metals but there is no such thing as an element called alkali...
Alkali metals are more reactive. Transition metals are shiny but quikly tarnish. Alkali metals are stored in oil.
because they produce(form)an alkali when they react with water.
Alkali metals are the metals in family/group I.Lithium, sodium, potassium, Rubidium, Cesium, Francium are Alkali metals.
Alkali Metals: the alkali metals are found in the first group of the periodic table, Alkali metals are very reactive metals and they are not freely in their nature, alkali metals have one electron in their outermost shell. therefore alkali metals are ready to loose that one electron for bonding with other elements, alkali metals are good conductor of electricity and heat. they are soft in nature than other metals.The Alkali Metals are:lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium cesium, francium
The alkali metals, the alkaline earth metals, the transition metals, metalloids, nonmetals, including the halogens and the Nobel gasses.A simplified list including general groups and families of elements.
Alkali metals are the most reactive elements. Don't mistake these for the alkali earth metals because the alkali are not as reactive as the alkali metals.
When alkali metals react with water they produce an alkali (basic) solution. No because they form basic oxides and they neutralise acids
alkali metals have +1 charge on them.
Lithium is the first of the alkali metals