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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.


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The main group elements of the periodic table are groups 1, 2 and 13 through 18

Metals, non metals, transition elements belong to main periodic table. They are arranged according to atomic number.

The main group elements are groups 1, 2, and 13 - 18.

the representative elements belong to the main group in the periodic table - rosellnica balasoto

There are 18 main groups in the modern periodic table of elements.

Yes. The two main classification of elements in the periodic table are metals and nonmetals.

The term "main group" elements has been a term used to describe the elements in groups 1,2, and 13 through 18 of the modern periodic table. In the older versions of the periodic table it was groups IA, IIA, but there was an ambiguity in which of the other pairs of groups were labelled A or B. So the "main group" elements are those in families with Na, Mg, Al, Si, P, S, Cl, & Ar.

In the CAS system the letters A and B were designated to main group elements (A) and transition elements (B).

The p and the s block together make up them main group elements

The main group of elements includes all the elements in columns 1, 2, and 13 through 18 of a wide form periodic table. All the other elements are "transition elements", and those in the two horizontal rows at the bottom of a wide form periodic table are also called "inner transition" elements.

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

For main group elements (1-2 and 13-18 on the modern table) the group corresponds to how many valence electrons are in the outer valence shell.

The main group elements are groups 1, 2, and 13-18. Groups 3-12 are the transition metals.

In the CAS system the letters A and B were designated to main group elements (A) and transition elements (B).

The Mendeleev-style periodic table omits all of the elements from groups 3-12 (also known as the d-block elements) by including them in the main group.

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

The main 3 elements are oxygen, hydrogen, and copper.

These elements are called "main group elements".

the three main categories are non-metal, metal, and metaloid. those are the main categories of the periodic table.

Main group elements include elements (except hydrogen) in groups 1 and 2 (s-block), and groups 13 to 18 (p-block).

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