What are the elements called that are found in an A group (groups 1, 2, and 13-18) on the periodic table (also called representative elements)?
Pure substances include elements and compounds. Elements are pure substances that are composed of only one kind of atoms. The elements combine to form the compounds. All known elements are found in the periodic table, where they are arranged systematically.
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The answer is main-group elements.
The main-group elements or the representative elements are those that belong to Groups 1,2, and 13-18. These...
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Learn basic information about what an element is, what they are made of, how and why they are different, and how scientists have organized them into the periodic table.