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Non-metal, halogen family, atomic mass 35 Chlorine 25 electrons, transition element Manganese Gas, 48 neutrons Krypton
Period 2, atomic mass 11 Boron Nonmetallic, period 3, atomic mass 32 Sulfur 26 protons, period 4, transition element Iron
12 neutrons, metallic, 11 electrons Sodium 29 electrons, period 4 Copper Atomic mass 20, gas Neon
Period 5, transition element, 51 neutrons Zirconium 80 electrons, transition element Mercury Period 4, lowest mass on periodic tables Potassium
Metallic, period 4, 20 electrons Calcium Period 6, gas, 86 proton Radon 4 neutrons, metallic Lithium
Period 4, metallic, 27 electrons Cobalt Metallic, period 6, 56 protons Barium Gas, atomic mass 16, 8 neutrons Oxygen
Mass less than 30, not neon, noble gas Helium Period 5, metallic, 38 electrons Strontium
Vertical columns in the period table Families Elements in families have similar _________ Properties
Family of “salt-producing” elements like the non-metal in table salt Halogens Family in Group 18 on periodic table Noble Gas
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Elements on the left side of the periodic table Metals Elements on the ride side of the periodic table Non-metals
Elements in Groups 3-12 on the periodic table Transitions Most widely used metal Iron
Only liquid metal at room temperature Mercury Most abundant element in Earth’s crust Aluminum
Odorless, tasteless, colorless gas; lightest of all elements Hydrogen Second most abundant element in Earth’s crust; found in glass and sand Silicon
Gas element safe to use in balloons to make them float Helium Element contained in 80% of known compounds Carbon
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