Where Are Metals Located in the Periodic Table?

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Most of the elements of the periodic table are metals including gold, silver, platinum, mercury, uranium, aluminum, sodium and calcium. They are located on the left side and the middle of the periodic table with group IA and Group IIA being the most active metals.
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The first column (the column to the far left of the periodic table) contains the alkali metals. All the elements in this column with the exception of hydrogen are alkali metals. The
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The Periodic Table of Elements
Dmitri Mendeleev generally is credited with the creation of the first periodic table, which charts the chemical elements by atomic number and valence shell electron configuration.
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