Arsenic shares properties with Phosphorus and Antimony.
Phosphorus is in the 15th column of the periodic table (Nitrogen group) That means that it has similar valence shell electronic properties as nitrogen arsenic antimony bismuth
Lanthanides have properties similar to Cerium
Arsenic and nitrogen are members of the same group of the periodic table of Mendeleev - group 15 (pnictides); the have have some similar chemical properties but the differences are also very important.
All of the Alkali metals have similar properties to Lithium.
is it at every tenth element
This element is chlorine.
Elements in the same group as nitrogen have the same chemical properties.
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.
lanthanum and other lanthanides
Gallium and arsenic because they are ekasilicon's closest neighbors, and would therefore have very similar properties
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.
The elements belonging to same group i.e 15 has similar properties. For eg- Phosphorous
Fluorine, at the top of the periodic table column that includes bromine.
The two elements that have the most similar chemical properties to arsenic are Phosphorus (P) and Antimony (Sb).
Tin has similar properties as lead.They are placed one above each other in the 14th group of periodic table.
Groups, or columns, in the periodic table have similar properties.
A lanthanide is an element between lanthanum and lutetium in the periodic table, which have very similar properties.
Elements that have similar chemical properties occupy the same group on the periodic table.