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Periodic Table 9/10/14
Two sections Metals: left side Nonmetals right side
Metals Conductors of heat and electricity Most are solid at room temp (except Hg) Luster-reflect light Malleable-can be hammered into sheets Ductile-can be drawn into wires
Nonmetals Gases or brittle solids Not malleable or ductile Don’t conduct Not shiny Often found in your body
Metalloids Metalloids are along the “stair case line” Separate metal and nonmetal sections Have properties of both!
Groups Sometimes called families Have similar properties Are columns on the periodic table Some have special names
Periods Are rows on the periodic table have the same number of electron energy levels
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