boron group


boron group
a vertical series of elements in the periodic table that have three valence electrons; boron is a metalloid, while aluminium, gallium, indium and thallium are metals

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  • Boron group — The boron group is the series of elements in group 13 (IUPAC style) in the periodic table. The group has previously also been referred to as the earth metals and the triels, from the Latin tri , three, stemming from the naming convention of this… …   Wikipedia

  • boron group element — ▪ chemical elements Introduction  any of the five chemical elements constituting Group 13 (IIIa) of the periodic (periodic law) table (see Figure >). The elements are boron (B), aluminum (Al), gallium (Ga), indium (In), an …   Universalium

  • Some properties of the boron group elements — ▪ Table Some properties of the boron group elements boron aluminum atomic number 5 13 atomic weight 10.811 26.9815 colour of element brown silver white melting point (°C) 2,100–2,200 659.7 boiling point (°C) sublimes 2,550 2,467 density ●   solid …   Universalium

  • Group 6 element — Group → 6 ↓ Period 4 24 Cr 5 …   Wikipedia

  • Group 7 element — Group → 7 ↓ Period 4 25 Mn 5 …   Wikipedia

  • Group 10 element — Group 10 redirects here. For the rugby league competition, see Group 10 Rugby League. Group → 4 ↓ Period 4 …   Wikipedia

  • Group 11 element — Group → 11 ↓ Period 4 29 Cu 5 …   Wikipedia

  • Group 9 element — Group → 4 ↓ Period 4 27 Co 5 …   Wikipedia

  • boron — boronic /boh ron ik, baw , beuh /, adj. /bawr on, bohr /, n. Chem. a nonmetallic element occurring naturally only in combination, as in borax or boric acid, and obtained in either an amorphous or a crystalline form when reduced from its compounds …   Universalium

  • Group (periodic table) — The periodic table of the chemical elements. The columns represent the groups In chemistry, a group (also known as a family) is a vertical column in the periodic table of the chemical elements. There are 18 groups in the standard periodic table,… …   Wikipedia


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