What Is the Heaviest Metal on the Periodic Table?


The heaviest metal, which occurs naturally is Uranium. Other heavy metals on the periodic table include: Ununtrium, Ununquadium and Ununpentium. Generally, the heaviest metals are considered to be the elements from the bottom row of the periodic table, far to the right.
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The heaviest element in the periodic table (known in March 2013) is ununoctium.
1. Locate the semimetals, which are also called metalloids, on the periodic table of elements. The elements boron (B) silicon (Si) germanium (Ge) arsenic (As) antimony (Sb) tellurium
Flourine (F).
there is 7 metals in the periodic table
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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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