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Transition metals are located in group 3-12 of the periodic table. The middle of the periodic table.


The transition metals are located in groups 3 - 12 on the periodic table.



Metals are located in the left hand side of the periodic table, non metals are located on the right and metalloids are located in between as a 'bridge'.


The transition metals are found toward the middle of the periodic table.


The periodic table comprises of metals (on the left) ,non-metals(on the right ) and transition elements (between metals and non-metals) in the periodic table.


The metals in groups 3-12 are the transition metals on the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements.


In the center of the periodic table "transition metal" as any element in the d-block of the periodic table, which includes groups 3 to 12 on the periodic table.


Those are called "transition metals".


Active metals like Sodium, Calcium, etc. are located on the left side of the periodic table. Transition metals like Iron, Copper, etc. are located in the center of the periodic table.


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.


In Periodic Table are three groups indulging on metals 1. Transition Metals. 2.Pure Metals 'Containing Hydrogen'. 3.Metalliods.


Metals are placed to the left, metalloids and nonmetals to the right and th transition metals in the middle.


metals are located on the left side of the periodic table..but from group 3 to group 12 elements are also called transition metals.


The transition metals of the periodic table are found in the center of the periodic table at periods 4, 5, and 6 and groups 3-12. Groups 3 to 12 (middle of the periodic table)


The transition metals are located in the center of the periodic table because that is how the table is set up. It is in order from the elements' number of protons, least to greatest. And because of the number of protons, atoms that are similar are placed together.


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.


Silver is located with the transition metals. Group 11.


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


The transition elements comprises of group-3 to 12. They are present between metals and non metals. They contain most of the elements in periodic table.


No, rubidium is not considered a transition metal. It is not located in the periodic table where the other transition metals are, which is mainly the d-block.


The transition metals at the bottom of periodic table are:LanthanoidsActinoidsThey have different chemical properties.Hence, they are placed separately.


The metals in the periodic table are located to the left of the staircase, where the metalloids are located.


There are many groups in the periodic table that only contain metals. There are the Alkali metals, the Alkaline earth metals, Lanthanoids, Actinoids, Transition metals, and the Post-transition metals.


Most heavy, or transition, metals are located in the center of the periodic table. between groups II and III.



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