The two elements that have the most similar chemical properties to arsenic are Phosphorus (P) and Antimony (Sb).
No. Compounds have a definite set of properties.
Elements with similar properties are those in the same group, or family. That is, those in the same vertical column.
No, the properties of the compounds do not mimic those of the constituent elements.
The remainder of the halogens in group 17 have similar properties as chlorine. Those elements are fluorine, bromine, iodine, and astatine.
Those that are in the same vertical column tend to have similar properties. Elements in the same group have same number of valence electrons and hence have similar chemical and physical properties.
Those are Metalliods, which are Boron, Silicon, Germanium, Arsenic, Antimony, and Tellurium.
Yes, this affirmation is true.
No: The compounds more often have very different properties from those of the elements that form them.
Fluorine and iodine will have very similar properties because they have the same amount of valence electrons.
Since they are in the same group (2A), yes they have similar properties, more than those of elements in other groups.
The elements belonging to same group i.e 15 has similar properties. For eg- Phosphorous
Lithium and potassium have properties similar to those of the element sodium because they are in the same family, or group, on the periodic table.
those elements are in the same 'family' or 'group'
Those in the same column of the periodic table.
chronium, tungsten, and seaborgium
Each element has similar properties to the other elements in its group on the periodic table. Sodium is an alkali metal, and those are the elements in Group 1 of the periodic table of elements. We know that lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, cesium and francium all have similar chemical properties.
When element chemically combine, they form compounds that have properties that are similar to those of the uncombined elements
No. They are elements (e.g., arsenic, antimony, or tin) whose properties are intermediate between those of metals and solid nonmetals or semiconductors.
Bromine, iodine and fluorine show almost identical chemical properties to chlorine as they all are elements in group 17.
There are several elements that have similar properties to those of neon. They include argon, xenon, radon, krypton and so many more. These are referred to as noble gases.
The alkali metals or group 1 elements (lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, cesium, francium) will have one valence electrons, so they all will have similar properties.
Fluorine and Bromine are the two elements having the same property as that of Chlorine.
The element silicon has chemical properties that are most similar to those of carbon. These two elements combine to make silicon carbide it is a very compound,
Elements showing properties similar to oxygen would be those that are found in the same group as oxygen (group 6A, or 16). Those would be sulfur (S), and selenium (Se)
The set of chemically related elements with properties similar to those of lanthanum, with atomic numbers from 57 to 71; the rare-earth elements.