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the three groups in periodic table are the metalic elements,non metalic elements and the third one are metalloids

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There are three main groups of elements on the Periodic Table. They are Metals, Metaloids, and Non-Metals. Metaloids have properties of both metals and non-metals.

Groups three through twelve are called the transition metals or transition elements.

germanium, gallium and scandium are the missing elements in Mendeleev periodic table

the periodic table is the table of elements that exist in the world. mandelevees discovered these elements a long time ago. he left three blank spaces because they were not discovered yet. these three elements are now found in the modern periodic table.

Three main classes are:MetalsNon metalsTransition elementsThey are present in periodic table.

The periodic table is arranged (1) by increasing atomic number; (2) into groups of elements with similar chemical properties; (3) into periods of elements with the same number of electron shells.

The three main categories of elements on the periodic table are metals, metalloids, and nonmetals.

Examples of elements on periodic table are: -Hydrogen -Oxygen -Nitrogen -Carbon -Plutonium -Einsteinium -Mendelevium

The elements on the periodic table are divided in three categories which are metals, non-metals and metalloids.Metals and nonmetals are two categories that are used to classify the elements in the periodic table. The third is inert gases.

There are three-letter elements on the peridic table because they do not have real names yet.

Because those elements were not known when he formulated his periodic table.

Elements are classified as set out in the Periodic Table of the elements. It is NOT clear to what "three" you are referring.

Elements are classified as set out in the Periodic Table of the elements. It is NOT clear to what "three" you are referring.

No, the periodic table only lists elements. Sulfuric acid (H2SO4) is a compound of three elements: hydrogen, sulfur, and oxygen.

There are several nonmetals located on the periodic chart. Three of these nonmetal elements in the table are selenium, nitrogen, and oxygen.

No it is the other way around. The majority of elements in the periodic table are metals.

Periodic table has 18 groups; see the link below.

there are metals, nonmetals, and metalloids

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