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


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178.49, just look at the periodic table and you will get your answer.

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IDK how wood i no ask ozzy. hes the one who invented it. well not just him, some others (Iommi, Ward, Butler) Most heavy metals are in the block 'transition elements', although there's a few in 'poor metals' as well.

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