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Metals are mostly grouped to the left of the table while the nonmetals are mostly grouped to the right. Metalloids fall in-between.

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What is the basis in which the present day periodic table is organized?

The Periodic Table is organized by atomic number, metals, nonmetals, metalloids, periods, groups, and stability.


Where on the periodic table would you find metals and nonmetals?

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How many metals and nonmetals are in the periodic table?

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How are metals and nonmetals arranged in the periodic table?

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Are there more metals or non metals in the periodic table?

There are more metals than nonmetals on the periodic table. There are 18 nonmetals, compared to 117 known elements.


The majority of elements in the periodic table are metals or nonmetals?

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Are the majority of elements in the periodic table metals or nonmetals?

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Are most of the elements on the periodic table metals or nonmetals?

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