Metals are generally shiny (fresh, not oxidized or dirty
The periodic table element..GOLD..... is in the metal section and the shortning for it is Au!!:}
The elements in the center section are called transition elements.
Gold and silver are two such elements.
A group is a column in the periodic table of elements.
Wrong, it's not the elements that are periodic, it's the table, known as the Periodic Table of Elements.
Elements can be found on a periodic table. Compounds can be made by bonding two or more elements. But they are not depicted on the periodic table.
Brass is a compound (or to be technically correct, an alloy) made from the elements zinc and copper. Both of these elements can be found in the transition metals section of the periodic table.
The lanthanide metals are the elements with atomic numbers 58-71, located in the top row of the rectangular section on the periodic table of elements.
Elements that are shiny and conduct heat well are metals. Metals are located on the left side of the Periodic Table, and make up most of the elements.
There are 118 elements in the periodic table of elements.
There are several elements that are not shiny and not malleable. An example of this are Groups 1,14,15, and 16 on the Periodic Table. They are all non metals
The periodic table of elements is also called "The Mendeleev periodic table".
Yes, there were elements on the first periodic table. I believe that there are still elements on the periodic table.
Metals. They range on the Periodic Table from periods 1-17.