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Chemisty

Austin Reed Newton

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4.The second column of the periodic table.
8.The first column of the periodic table.
9.Elements mainly in the dblock!
12.Outermost electrons of atoms; usually those involved in bonding
16.The possible locations around an atom where electrons having specific energy values (quantum number) may be found.
17.Columns going down on the periodic table.
18.The thirty elements of the Lanthanides and Actinides series, which are sub-series of the Transition Metals
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1.elements in group 1 through 7.
2.Any of a number of elements, such as oxygen or sulfur, that lack the physical and chemical properties of metals.
3.elements that usually have a shiny surface, are generally good conductors of heat and electricity.
5.A negatively charged ion.
6.A positively charged ion.
7.The 17th group on the periodic table.
10.Across the columns from left to right on the periodic table.
11.18th group on the periodic table.
13.A spherically symmetrical atomic orbital; one per energy level.
14.elements that exhibit some properties of metals and nonmetals.
15.The orbital of an atomic electron with an orbital angular momentum quantum number of unity

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