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PERIODIC TABLE 

Alkali Metals – The alkali metals are so reactive that they are generally found in nature combined with other elements. All of the alkali metals share similar characteristics and properties, such as their color, softness, and melting points.
Alkaline Earth Metals – Alkaline earth metals in their pure forms are generally shiny and silvery and are very reactive. They rarely occur in their pure form.
Transition metal – Transition metals are lustrous and malleable, silvery, hard, and good conductors of heat and electricity.
Lanthanide – Elements found in the earth’s crust are called rare earth metals and Scientists referring to a lanthanide as a rare earth metal. They are used to make Strong magnets, Safety glasses etc..
Actinide – Some actinides are found in nature while others are man-made, They are all Radioactive.
Post-Transition metal (Base Metal) – Post- transition metals are soft (or brittle), have poor mechanical strength, and have melting points lower than those of the transition metals. Being close to the metal-nonmetal border.
 
Metalloid – Metalloids have a metallic appearance, but they are too brittle and only fair conductor of electricity. They behave mostly as nonmetals. They and their compound Used in alloys, catalysts, glasses, flame retardants, biological agents, Pyrotechnics, Optical storage and optoelectronics semiconductor, and electronics.
 
Polyatomic Nonmetal – Polyatomic nonmetals shows more metallic character. They are solid, brittle and low conductivity , mostly semi-lustrous Semiconductors with electronegativity values.
Diatomic Nonmetal (Halogen) – They are generally highly Insulating, Highly electronegative, non-reflective gases, Semi-lustrous, and a semiconductor. All of the elements in this elite group are gases.
Noble gas – Noble gases are typically highly unreactive, It makes them very suitable in applications where reactions are not wanted.

Periodic Table Elements

Group 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Period

1

2
3 18

Ar

Argon

4 19

K

Potassium

20

Ca

Calcium

21

Sc

scandium

22

Ti

Titanium

23

V

Vanadium

24

Cr

Chromium

25

Mn

Manganese

26

Fe

Iron

27

Co

Cobalt

28

Ni

Nickel

29

Cu

Copper

30

Zn

Zinc

31

Ga

Gallium

32

Ge

Germanium

33

As

Arsenic

34

Se

Selenium

35

Br

Bromine

36

Kr

Krypton

5 37

Rb

Rubidium

38

Sr

Strontium

39

Y

Yttrium

40

Zr

Zirconium

41

Nb

Niobium

42

Mo

Molybdenum

43

Tc

Technetium

44

Ru

Ruthenium

45

Rh

Rhodium

46

Pd

Palladium

47

Ag

Silver

48

Cd

Cadmium

49

In

Indium

50

Sn

Tin

51

Sb

Antimony

52

Te

Tellurium

53

I

Iodine

54

Xe

Xenon

6 55

Cs

Cesium

56

Ba

Barium

57-71 72

Hf

Hafnium

73

Ta

Tantalum

74

W

Tungsten

75

Re

Rhenium

76

Os

Osmium

77

Ir

Iridium

78

Pt

Platinum

79

Au

Gold

80

Hg

Mercury

81

Tl

Thallium

82

Pb

Lead

83

Bi

Bismuth

84

Po

Polonium

85

At

Astatine

86

Rn

Radon

7 87

Fr

Francium

88

Ra

Radium

89-103 104

Rf

Rutherfordium

105

Db

Dubnium

106

Sg

Seaborgium

107

Bh

Bohrium

108

Hs

Hassium

109

Mt

Meitnerium

110

Ds

Darmstadtium

111

Rg

Roentgenium

112

Cn

Copernicium

113

Nh

Nihonium

114

Fl

Flerovium

115

Mc

Moscovium

116

Lv

Livermorium

117

Ts

Tennessine

118

Og

Oganesson

Lanthanide —-> 57

La

Lanthanum

58

Ce

Cerium

59

Pr

Praseodymium

60

Nd

Neodymium

61

Pm

Promethium

62

Sm

Samarium

63

Eu

Europium

64

Gd

Gadolinium

65

Tb

Terbium

66

Dy

Dysprosium

67

Ho

Holmium

68

Er

Erbium

69

Tm

Thulium

70

Yb

Ytterbium

71

Lu

Lutetium

Actinide —-> 89

Ac

Actinium

90

Th

Thorium

91

Pa

Protactinium

92

U

Uranium

93

Np

Neptunium

94

Pu

Plutonium

95

Am

Americium

96

Cm

Curium

97

Bk

Berkelium

98

Cf

Californium

99

Es

Einsteinium

100

Fm

Fermium

101

Md

Mendelevium

102

No

Nobelium

103

Lr

Lawrencium

Periodic Table FlashCards

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