Name Or State Following with Reference to the Element of the First Three Periods of the Periodic Table. a Non-metal in Period 2 Which is Tetravalent. - Chemistry

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Name or state following with reference to the element of the first three periods of the periodic table.

A non-metal in period 2 which is tetravalent.

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Tetravalent non-metal is carbon [C]

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