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inner transition metals
below main body
transition metals
group B elements
representative elements
groups 1A-7A
noble gases
group 8A;
inert gases
halogens
group 7A;
salts
alkaline earth metals
group 2A elements
alkali metals
group 1A elements
metalloid
similar to metals and nonmetals
nonmetals
an element that tends to be a poor conductor of heat and electric current; brittle, gases at room temperature
metals
good conductors of heat and electric current; ductile, maleable, shiny, solids at room temperature
periodic law
When elements are arranged in order of increaing atomic number there is a periodic repetition of their physical and chemical properties
ion
atom with a charge
cation
positively charged ion
anion
negatively charged ion
electronegativity
ability of an atom of an element to attract electrons when the atom is in a compound
Linus Pauling
won Nobel Prize for chemical bonds and electronegativity