The metals in Group IIIA, IVA, and VA of the periodic table are not transition metals. However, all but 1 have variable charges. What element in Group IIIA, Period 3 has a fixed charge, and what is that charge?
The group IIIA to VIIIA belongs to p-block. Group IIIA to VIIA lies from period-2 to period-7. Different groups have their own names.
Answer and Explanation: 1
The charge variation in p-block elements depends upon the inert pair effect.
The d and f-orbital show poor shielding effect due to which outermost...
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