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Please help me I'm working on an element project and am having a tough time finding the following information on the elements Beryllium, Magnesium, Calcium, Strontium, Barium, Radium. Atomic Mass, Electronegativity Value

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you may find all those elements in group 2
they have very less electronegative values becoz the effective nuclear charge on valence electrons is just 2
atomic mass increases through Beryllium -> Radium

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Thank you but what I need to know is the numbers for instance The atomic mass of Beryllium= #
you can find them in periodic table
I tried i used 4 different periodic tables but i couldnt find it
lol it wil be there in every periodic table wait let me pull up..
hover the mouse on element, it shows the properties in yellow
Thank You :)
let me knw if u have difficulty finding anything.. :)

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