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The alkali earth metals are in the 2nd group, or column of the periodic table. They are bordered by the alkali metals on the left and the transition metals on the right.


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Halogens are second from the rightmost column (The Noble Gases) in the periodic table. The Alkali Earth Metals are the second column from the left in the periodic table after the alkali metals.

I and II. The Alkaline Earth Metals and the Alkali Metals.

Alkali earth metals belong to group 1 in the periodic table..

Group-2 elements are alkali earth metals. they are basic in nature.

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Alkali metals: Group 1 in the periodic table Alkaline earth metals: Group 2 Halogens: Group 17 Noble Gases: Group 18 You can easily find them if you look at a periodic table.

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NO. The non metals are located on the RIGHT hand side of the periodic table. Those elements on the left hand side are the alkali metals and the alkali earth metals.

Alkali metals are the first family of the periodic table to the left side. Alkaline Earth metals are the second family of the periodic table to the left. Alkali metals are more volatile (reactive) than Alkaline Earth metals, and are too volatile to keep in their natural state unmonitored.

There are eight classifications of elements in the periodic table. They are: Non-metals, transition metals, rare earth metals, halogens, alkali metals, alkali earth metals, other metals and inert elements.

Alkali earth metals are placed in the second group of the periodic table of Mendeleev.

the Alkaline Earth Metals are found in Group 2 of the periodic table and is located in the far left corner to the right of the alkali metals

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Alkali metals are from Group 1 of the Periodic table and have a single electron in their outer shell. Alkaline-Earth metals are in group 2 of the periodic table and have 2 electrons in their outer shell.

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No. Noble gases, halogens, and nonmetals are on the right side of the periodic table. Metals including, alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, and transition metals are all located on the left/center.

There is Alkali Earth metals, and Transition Metals.

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alkali metals, alkali earth metals, and some transition metals.. that is on the left side if you divide the periodic table in two.

The most active metals are the Alkali and Alkali Earth Metals, which are found in groups 1 and 2 on the periodic table.

The three main metals in a periodic table are transition metals, alkali metals, and alakaline earth metals.

The alkali metals have a valence of 1 while the alkaline earth metals have a valence of 2. The alkali metals are generally lighter, softer, more reactive, and have lower melting points than the alkaline earth metals.

Metals are placed in group 1 (alkali metals) and group 2( alkaline earth metals) of the periodic table.

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