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Compared with electronegativities of the elements on the left side of a period the electronegativities of the elements on the right side of the same period ten to be?

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- Higher = They increase from left to right.

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Generally the electronegativities increase from left to right.

The trends from left to right in a period increase (nuclear charge), and moving down a group decreases (shielding).

In period three, all elements but the four on the right are metallic.

Argon is the atom that has the smallest radius in Period 3. As you go cross Period 3 from left to right, the atomic radii of the elements decrease. The elements in Period 3 from left to right begin with sodium and ends with argon.

Metallic properties of the elements decrease as you move from left to right across a period.

Elements in a period all have the same number of electron shells (excepting the transition elements). Also, electronegativity increases left to right and up, and atomic radii increase right to left and down.

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Generally the electronegativity is higher from left to right in a period.

As you move from left to right across a period, the atomic mass of the elements will increase.

The nonmetallic properties and the atomic radius generally decrease when the elements in period 3 are considered ordered. The order used is from left to right.

Across a period the atomic size decreases. Hence elements in the right side of the periodic table have small size / radii.

As you go from left to right, the elements become less metallic and more nonmetallic.

The relationship is that the elements are organized by periods. Each row is a period and it goes from left to right. Each row is a period identified by different colors. Elements on the same row have something in common. All of the elements in a period have the same number of atomic orbitals. For example all the elements on the 1st row have only one orbital for its electrons. All the elements on the 2nd period (row) have two orbitals for its electrons. This repeats to period (row) 7. - Brian Tui

Yes, the properties of the elements within a period vary from element to element. For example, the metallic character decreases and the non-metallic character increases from left to right within a period.

He left blank spaces in the correct grouping and period that is where the newly discovered elements were placed. Mendeleyev was able to predict the existence of elements because he left blank space in the right grouping &period. That is where the elements that he discovered were placed.

Elements from left to right do not have the same number of valence electrons i.e, along period.

The Group 1 elements are the most metallic. Metallic properties decrease as you move from left to right across a period.

The atomic radius decrease from left to right.

Bottom left is lowest. All in leftmost column are low compared to the right.

Elements from Group 3 to 12 are called Transition Elements. These elements are heavy metals. They lie between the strongly eloctropositive elements to their right and the electronegative elements ( non-metals) to their left.These metals mainly have 2 valence electronswith the metallic character decreasing from left to right of their period.

Literally anything at the right conditions. Sulfur has one of the highest electronegativities, or attraction for electrons.


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