Transition metals are the largest group in the periodic table. Find out what similarities they share, and how we make use of these metals.
- Transition metals are found as a block in the middle of the periodic table.
- Transition metals are less reactive than the alkali metals.
- Transition metals are good conductors of heat and electricity.
- Most transition metals have high melting points.
Shiny silver and nuggets of gold.
Useful copper, and iron.
Most of the common metals we're familiar with fall into the block in the middle of the periodic table – the transition metals.
This is the largest grouping of elements that share similar properties.
The transition metals are generally hard and dense and ...
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