Ch 26: Properties of p-Block Elements

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Properties of p-Block Elements- Chapter Summary

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  • Identify properties of metalloid elements on the periodic table
  • Discuss properties of p-block elements on the periodic table
  • Describe the uses, properties and benefits of boron
  • List the properties and explain the uses of silicon

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