Name Two Properties of Elements Whose Magnitudes Change When Going from Top to Bottom in a Group of the Periodic Table. in What Manner Do They Change? - Science

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Name two properties of elements whose magnitudes change when going from top to bottom in a group of the periodic table. In what manner do they change?

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Solution

 On moving from top to bottom in a group , the size of the atoms and the metallic character of the elements increases.

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Chapter 5: Periodic Classification Of Elements - Exercise 2 [Page 304]

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Lakhmir Singh Class 10 Chemistry (Science)
Chapter 5 Periodic Classification Of Elements
Exercise 2 | Q 34.6 | Page 304

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