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They have the same number of shells (or energy levels).

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Elements in the same row, or period, of the Periodic Table fill up the same energy level as you move from left to right. This is because elements in the same period have the same number of electron shells.

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Q: What Elements in the same row are filling up the same energy level as you move from left to right?
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