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 Where are metals located in the periodic table?

Answer Most of the elements on the periodic table are metals, and they are located on the left and central portions of the periodic table (except for the non-metal hydrogen). The metalloids, which separat... Read More »
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Where are the metals located on the periodic table?

A step-like diagonal line on the periodic table starts between boron (B) and aluminum (Al), ending between polonium (Po) and astatine (At). Elements to the left of the line are metals. Not all meta... Read More »
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Where are the transition metals located on the periodic table?

On the periodic table of elements, the transition metals are the three rows of elements found at the center of the table surrounded by two columns of elements to the left and six columns of element... Read More »
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Where on the periodic table are the most active metals located?

The most active metals on the periodic table are in the lower left corner, with francium being the most active. The upper right corner houses the most active non-metals. Active metals lose their el... Read More »
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Where are the metals found on the periodic table?

The left and central portions of the periodic table comprise metals, with the exception of hydrogen, a non-metal, at the upper left corner of the table. The metalloids separate the metals on the le... Read More »
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