Where is chlorine located on the periodic table?

Answer Chlorine is found on the right side of the periodic table. The exact location is the 17th group, third period. Chlorine has the abbreviation "Cl," the atomic number 17 and is usually found as a gas... Read More »

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Where is chlorine located in the periodic table?

Chlorine is atomic number 17. On the modern periodic table, it is located in group (column) VIIA, and period (row) 3. Chlorine and all the other elements in group VIIA are classified as halogens. I... Read More »

Where is chlorine found on the Periodic Table?

Chlorine is found in the upper right-hand corner of the Periodic Table in the third period (row), 17th group (column). Chlorine is a greenish-yellow gas that is abbreviated as Cl and has 17 as its ... Read More »

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 »

Where are metalloids located on the Periodic Table?

Metalloids are located between the metals and nonmetals in a stair-step line on the right side of the Periodic Table. The six metalloids, which have some properties of metals and some properties of... Read More »