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Differentiate between Normal elements and Transition elements.

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Normal Elements Transition Elements
Elements belonging to groups 1 and 2, and 13 to 17 are called normal elements. Elements belonging to groups 3 to 12 are called transition elements.
In these elements, all the inner
shells are completely filled except the outermost shells.
In these elements, the outermost shell and next to the outermost shell (penultimate shell) are incomplete.
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