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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


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Most of the elements in the periodic table are classified as metals.



The vast majority of elements in the periodic table are classified as metals.


most elements in the peiodic table are classified as metalloids


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Elements are classified as set out in the Periodic Table of the elements. It is NOT clear to what "three" you are referring.


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Many elements on the periodic table are metals (the vast majority). Then there are non-metals, then metalloids.


Elements are generally classified according to the periodic table based on the layout of their electron shells.


The elements in group 3-12 are transition elements. They are placed in centre of periodic table.


It is easier to study the properties of elements if they are classified.


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The vast majority of elements in the periodic table can be classified as metals. Metals make up the s-block, d-block, and f-block of the periodic table. There are even a few elements in the p-block with metallic properties called metalloids.


Elements are usually classified as metals, non-metals, or metalloids.


"http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_are_the_periodic_table_elements_classified" By atomic weight of the elements


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by atomic number and atomic mass the periodic table is organized into periods and groups


Add non-metals to the mix and yup you've just summarized the entire periodic table of elements.



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