The element has 3 energy levels means that it is in the 3rd period. The only metalloid in the 3rd period is Si. It is in the 14th group.
if you mean plasma as in blood plasma then i don't believe so because blood plasma is a liquid and gas is, well, a gas. if you mean plasma as in particles heated to the point they move into a stat called the plasma state then yes. plasma particles move faster than any gas particle. period.
No, they are not.
If you mean "period" as it's always used in connection with waves, then the answer is "No. Just the opposite." Photons with higher energy have shorter wavelength, higher frequency, and shorter period. To some readers, your use of the term "period" means the so-called 'half-life' of the photon, i.e. the length of time after which half the photons in a large group will spontaneously decay, either into other particles, or by losing half of their energy. That period of time is more than 6 billion years, and it does have some connection with the original energy of the photon. But again, photons with higher energy are more likely to decay and spontaneously form other particles, so in that sense, their 'period' is shorter, not longer.
Yes it is considered heat energy
no. Having an orgasm uses most of an individuals energy, so they may be tired for a certain period of time.
Rows in the Periodic Table are called Periods.There are 7 periods in total.All the elements in period have same number of energy levels.
On the Periodic table, horizontal rows are given the technical term "periods", while vertical columns are called "groups". Elements in the same period are similar in that they have the same number of energy levels.
In water or other liquids the wave travels across the surface as a difference in height and with a certain period or wavelength.
The row is called the period. Each element in the same period has the outermost electrons in the same shell (energy level). For example, the elements in the 3rd period all have the outermost electrons in the 3rd shell.