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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.

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


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


21 elements on the periodic table are nonmetals.


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


Three: nonmetals, semimetals (or metalloids), and metals.


there are 17 non metals on the periodic table


There are 21 non-metals on the periodic table.


In the third period there are 5 nonmetals, silicon and everything to its right.


There are 4 non-metals in group 17. They are F , Cl , Br , I.


The metalloids split the table these are a diagonal group of elements, B, Si, Ge, As, Sb and Te. To their right are the non metals to the left the metals. There are many more metals than any other type of element. See Wikipedia article "Periodic table (metals and non metals)"


It separates the metals from nonmetals in the Periodic Table. -Anartori


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


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.


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.


Metals make up most of the periodic table. They are located on the left side of the table as well as in the middle of the table. Metalloids occupy the spots that trace the bold zig-zag line present on many tables. Non-metals are located on the right side of the table. See this diagram for a visual representation: http://www1.whsd.net/courses/J0078/Periodic__Table/periodic_table.JPG


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


well there is metals meatlloids nonmetals gases solids liquids synthetically prepared element so i guess 7????



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


About three-fourths of all the elements are metals, and on the periodic table, they start with group 1 on the far left and extend all the way over to the "stair-step" line that zig-zags from boron down to astatine. The rest of the elements from there to the far right are non-metals. There are a small handful of elements along that "stair-step" that possess properties of both metals and non-metals, and they are referred to as metalloids. The two rows of elements usually shown at the very bottom of the periodic table are metals as well, although many of them are synthetic, meaning they do not occur naturally.


The periodic table tells you an element's atomic number and symbol. Also: how many elements that are found right now all the matalloids, metals, and not to mention the nonmetals. Most periodic tables that you see are classified by their properties. The periodic tables tells you how elements are arranged both vertically and horizontally according to their increasing atomic number.


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


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



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