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Alkali metals are: lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, caesium and francium.

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There are many groups in the periodic table that only contain metals. There are the Alkali metals, the Alkaline earth metals, Lanthanoids, Actinoids, Transition metals, and the Post-transition metals.


alkali metals have 1 electron in there outer valence shell. I remember that alkali and alkaline go with columns 1 & 2 of the periodic table alphabetically. Alkali then alkaline. Alkali metals have 1 valence electron. Alkaline metals have 2 valence electrons.


there are 17 non metals on the periodic table


There are 21 non-metals on the periodic table.


No. There are many more metals than there are non-metals in the periodic table.


There are nine:Alkali Metals MetalloidsNon-Metals Rare Earth Elements Halogens Noble Gases Alkaline Earth Elements Transition Metals Other MetalsThe traditional periodic table has 18 families, also known as groups.Alkali MetalsMetalloidsNon-MetalsRare Earth ElementsHalogensNoble GasesAlkaline Earth ElementsTransition MetalsOther Metals


There are many more metals on the periodic table than non-metals.


On the Periodic Table there are the following Groups: Group 1 - Alkali Metals Group 2 - Alkaline Earth Metals Transition Metals - Including Lanthanides and Actinides Post Transition Metals Metalloids Other Non Metals Group 7 - Halogens Group 0 - Inert Gases


As of June 2014, there are 89 elements classified as metals on the periodic table. There are 6 metalloids and 17 nonmetals.


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


In Periodic Table are three groups indulging on metals 1. Transition Metals. 2.Pure Metals 'Containing Hydrogen'. 3.Metalliods.


There are 111 metals on the periodic table.


Well there are metalloids in the periodic table too...The nonmetals are to the right of the staircase. The metalloids separate the metals and nonmetals.


All metals are reactive, and there are 91 different metals on the periodic table.



There are 4 non-metals in the third period of the periodic table (Phosphorous, sulfur, chlorine, and argon)


The number of non metals (excepting metalloids) in the periodic table of Mendeleev is 17; several other elements are sometimes consideredas non metals.


Alkali Metals, which is group 1(far left), the reason is because they are trying to become a noble gas which is group 8(far right) and all alkali metals have one too many electrons to be a noble gas.


Alot of them are. About 88. All of the elements left of the metaloids are metals.


See Periodic Table LinkUnder the Web Links to the left of this answer, click the link for a periodic table that indicates which elements are metals, metalloids, and non-metals. There are many metals (too many too just list out here!).


The periodic table is just ONE table. There are not sub-tables. The periodic table is divided into periods (the horizontal rows of the table) and groups (the vertical columns). As you move horizontally across the table, an increase is the atomic number is seen, along with trends in acidity, bonding behavior, and reactivity. The groups are arranged to contain elements that have similar properties. For example, Group 1 is called the alkali earth metals group; all are light, highly reactive metals. Many more trends and groupings exist.


Because many elements are metals and no one can explain. Why don't you ask God?


Elements from the periodic table. There are many different types of metals.



Of the first 112 elements, 18 of them are nonmetals, 7 are metalloids, and the rest are metals.



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