elements are classified in the ?
Why are carbon and copper classified as elements
All elements can be so classified.
Elements are classified as set out in the Periodic Table of the elements. It is NOT clear to what "three" you are referring.
Most of the elements in the periodic table are classified as metals.
most elements in the peiodic table are classified as metalloids
They are mostly classified as metals.
Elements are classified as metals, metalloids and nonmetals.
These elements are metals.
The elements are classified as metals and non metals. Apart from this, there are elements that are metalloids, transition elements, inert in nature.
The vast majority of elements in the periodic table are classified as metals.
Elements are generally classified according to the periodic table based on the layout of their electron shells.
Elements are classified in priodic table on the basis of their electronic configuration in outermost shell....
it can be classified by its and the elements it has in each atom
Matter can be classified as elements, compounds, or mixtures.
Sc and Zn are not classified as transition metals. They does not have stable different oxidation numbers.
Because of their compounds and elements.
Elements of the periodic table
The elements classified as non-metals are in right direction. They are present in group-15,16,17.
They are typically classified as metalloids or semimetals. They are the same thing. wonseok
Elements can be classified in the periodic table by saying it is a substance that cannot split into two or more substances by chemical reaction
The physical properties of elements groups classified as metals are rocks and stars! yeahh 4th grader!
Periodic table can be classified as: Metals Transition elements Non-metals They occupy different groups.
Because they are natural elements of earth.
the elements the contain
The elements in the far upper right corner on the periodic table are classified as noble gases.
They're classified as metalloids
It is easier to study the properties of elements if they are classified.
metals, semimetals or nonmentals
No, they are classified as Metals.
They are classified as nonmetals.
They both have fixed compositions or uniformed compositions. elements
"http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_are_the_periodic_table_elements_classified" By atomic weight of the elements
Elements are usually classified as metals, non-metals, or metalloids.
The terms organic/inorganic are related to molecules not to elements.
1) Elements can be classified by their state at room temperature; by whether they exist in nature; and by whether they are metals, nonmetals, or metalloids.
Diatomic molecules have two elements (of the same type or different type) as are considered as molecules and not elements.
No, it is a compound. Compounds are made up of elements, and elements are made up of atoms.
The elements are arranged in the increasing order of their atomic number and repeating periodic properties.
The majority of the elements in the p-block are non-metals.
atoms, molecules, elements, ions, and compounds
under the periodic table of the elements. moron
because they are single atoms
Ok! So yea: The elements are classified by their properties by the reactivity and similarities between elements. I hope that helps...
Matter is classified mainly as solids, liquids or gases. They can be inform of elements, compounds, mixtures or substances.
Previous Answer from another user edited for cursing...~radicalguy44 The real answer is matter is classified as Elements,Compounds, and Mixtures