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There are many more metals on the periodic table than non-metals.

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Answered 2015-03-08 04:48:00

There are more metals in periodic table. Non metals are comparatively less.

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Both metals and nonmetals can form covalent bonds, but nonmetals do so more often.


Even though there are about five times more elements that are metals than nonmetals, there are more nonmetals than metals found in compounds. Nonmetals form many more compounds than metals because living organisms are composed almost entirely of nonmetals. There are more than 8.7 billion living organisms on Earth.



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Do you mean 'why do metals and nonmetals react together?' Well here's the answer for the Q I think you requested: Not all metals and nonmetals react. Some nonmetals like the nobles gases (elements like helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon) are very unreactive and won't react with metals. But some metals and nonmetals react to form an Ionic compound because they are more stable once reacted to form a product.



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