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Thomson Mendeleev Rutherford Dalton
Correct Exercise 4.12 Part A What is the main idea in the periodic law? The modern periodic table is organized by increasing atomic number, which is the total number of neutrons and protons found in each element. The modern periodic table is organized by increasing atomic mass, as it described by Mendeleev. The modern periodic table is organized by increasing atomic number, which is the number of protons found in each element. The modern periodic table is organized by increasing atomic number, which is the number of neutrons found in each element.
Correct Chapter 4 Reading Quiz Question 9 Part A What elements are located on the left side of the periodic table? Hint 1. Layout of the periodic table See Figure 4.12 on page 105. noble gases metals non-metals metalloids
Correct Exercise 4.16 Part A
Where on the periodic table are metalloids found?
Correct Exercise 4.15 Part A What are the properties of nonmetals? Check all that apply.
Correct Part B Where are nonmetals found on the periodic table?
Correct Exercise 4.14 Part A What are the properties of metals?
The metalloids are in the first two periods of the periodic table. The metalloids are in the first two groups of the periodic table. The metalloids make up the zigzag section that separates the metals and the nonmetals which is found running from boron to astatine. The metalloids are in the top right part of the periodic table.

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