Metals. Transition metals
There are alkali metals (Group 1A), alkaline earth metals (Group 2A) and the transition metals (all the Group B metals).
Group B Elements
Group B elements
transition metals-groups I-VIIIB
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The coinage metals or the transition metals
Columns 3-12 are transition metals.
Transition metals are less reactive than metals in group 1 and 2.
Group 4 is titanium family and is a part of transition metals.
Alkali metals, alkaline metals, transition metals, semiconductors, halogens, and noble gases.
So-called NON-transition metals is not a defined group of elements, other than "All other elements that are NOT transition elements".
The group itself has not acquired a trivial name it belongs to the broader grouping of the transition metals.
Not clear: 'opposite' in respect to WHAT? NON-transition metals is not a defined group of elements.
The elements in group 3 all through to group 12 are called the transition metals. One example is chromium.
The group 2 elements are called the alkaline earth metals. The transition metals are in groups 3 - 12. They are transition metals because they have electrons in their d sublevels.
Groups 3-12 do not have individual names. Instead, all of these groups are called transition metals. The atoms of transition metals do not give away their electrons as easily as atoms of the Group 1 and Group 2 metals do. So, transition metals are less reactive than alkali metals and alkaline-earth metals are.
Alkaline metals are group 1 elements Alkaline earth metals are group 2 elements Transition metals are group 3 to group 12 elements
Alkali metals are group 1 elements and have 1 valence electron. Alkaline earth metals are group 2 elements and have 2 valence electrons. Transition metals are group 3 to group 12 elements.
The transition metals are the ones in the middle of the Periodic Table, between group 2 and group 3. Not sure what you mean by 'Regular Metals', but Iron (Fe) is a transition metal also.