Metals are grouped together to the left of the Periodic table.
there are no compounds on a periodic table. only elements are placed in the periodic table and they are grouped by similar attributes
Atomic number controls its position in periodic table. It is grouped with the elements having same properties.
The elements with similar properties are grouped together in families. They have same number of valence electrons.
the periodic table is grouped according to similarities. when Mendeleev grouped his first periodic table they followed a pattern. any elements that contained similarities they were all put into the same column.
They are grouped by similar characteristics
they are grouped by their chemical properties
-An element is placed in that group of periodic whose group number is equal to the number of valence electrons.
Hydrogen is the first element in the periodic table. There are approximately 118 elements on the periodic table.
Oxygen is the eighth element on the periodic table.
The element abbreviated with As on the periodic table is Arsenic
Sodium is the eleventh element on the periodic table.
The second element on the periodic table of elements is helium (He)
The table is called the periodic table of elements because of how it is organized. It has the name 'periodic' because the elements are grouped in 'periods.'
The periodic table was invented by Dmitry Mendeleyev. He grouped every known element and he used this table to predict the existence of other several elements. Mendelevium name pays homage to Dmitry Mendeleyev.
A group in periodic table is the column of element in periodic table
Radium (Ra) is the 88th element on the periodic table.
Fe is iron on the periodic table
Darmstadtium is the element 110 in the periodic table.
The seventh element on the periodic table is nitrogen.
No, hydrogen is ?the lightest element in the periodic table.
Polonium, Po, is the 84th element on the periodic table.
there are alot of groups in the periodic table. to many to mention but each element is grouped into is like chemicals generally down the periodic table. heres a link which will give you all the groups and there properties http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Group_%28periodic_table%29
Because the elements are grouped according to similar characteristics. Even by knowing where an element is on the periodic table based solely on its proton number, we can still predict its properties by using its position on the periodic table.
The element yttrium is found in the transition metal location on the periodic table and is very similar to the lanthanides so it has been grouped with them as a rare earth element.