Help!!!!! Sodium is a reactive metal. Chlorine is a reactive gas. These two elements combine to form a A. stable compound called table salt. B. new element called sodium chloride. C. reactive compound that explodes in water. D. mixture that is easily separated by dissolving in water.

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A. stable compound called table salt. NaCl is table salt
deffinatly A becaue of NaCl
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Elaborate on what can be learned about the properties by the location of element on the periodic table. Use atomic number 13 as an example. A. It is a non-metal, has 3 valence electrons, becomes a cation with a -3 charge, and is brittle, moldable, and non-conductive. B. It is a metalloid, has 3 valence electrons, becomes a cation with a -5 charge, and is workable, inelastic, and non-conductive. C. It is a main group metal, has 3 valence electrons, becomes a cation with a +3 charge, and is ductile, malleable, and conductive. D. It is a transition metal, has 1 valence electrons, becomes a cation with a +1 charge, and is ductile, malleable, and conductive.
its alluminum so what is alluminum
Pure aluminium is a silvery-white metal with many desirable characteristics. It is light, nontoxic (as the metal), nonmagnetic and nonsparking. It is somewhat decorative. It is easily formed, machined, and cast. Pure aluminium is soft and lacks strength, but alloys with small amounts of copper, magnesium, silicon, manganese, and other elements have very useful properties. Aluminium is an abundant element in the earth's crust, but it is not found free in nature. The Bayer process is used to refine aluminium from bauxite, an aluminium ore. Name: aluminium Symbol: Al Atomic number: 13 Relative atomic mass (Ar): 26.9815386 (8) Standard state: solid at 298 K Colour: silvery Classification: Metallic
so is it c?
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