anonymous
  • anonymous
ocabulary term to its definition. 1. a horizontal row on the periodic table 2. negatively charged, subatomic particles 3. elements that are malleable, polish to a luster, conduct heat and electricity well and tend to lose electrons in a chemical reaction 4. a vertical column on the periodic table 5. elements with properties intermediate between those of metals and nonmetals 6. a homogeneous mixture whose particles are too small to reflect or scatter light 7. positively charged, subatomic particles found in the nucleus of the atom 8. two or more elements that have chemically combined
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Match them with electrons metals period compound solution protons group metalloids
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  • anonymous
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  • anonymous
Any Reason why I am tagged in this? Its also not social science.

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I was wandering if u could help and sorry that this isnt social science i didnt see regular science

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