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.
there are no compounds on a periodic table. only elements are placed in the periodic table and they are grouped by similar attributes
Metals are grouped together to the left of the Periodic table.
They are grouped by similar characteristics
they are grouped by their chemical properties
by atomic mass
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.'
by atomic number
They are grouped horizontally by atomic number and vertically by similar properties.
There is a line in the periodic table that separates the metals and the non-metals.
Periodic table show that elements have properties which are periodic in nature. These properties can be grouped together.
They react in similar ways.
The periodic table is arranged by atomic number. Metals and gasses are grouped with each other as a result of this arrangement.
Elements are grouped in such order to easily identify elements and their basic statistics.
Atomic number controls its position in periodic table. It is grouped with the elements having same properties.
the periodic table of elements
Metallic elements are grouped together on the periodic table. They are found in group 1A and are down the left side.
Because their chemical properties are mainly dependent on their valence (outer-most) electrons ... which does make a pattern on the periodic table.
Metals are mostly grouped to the left of the table while the nonmetals are mostly grouped to the right. Metalloids fall in-between.
Group I, the Alkalai Metals
Yes, it is like that only.
The elements with similar properties are grouped together in families. They have same number of valence electrons.