In the chapter on the periodic table, students are expected to know the general trends down the group and across the period. In addition, they learn the general characteristics of elements in Group I, VII, 0 and the transition metal.
We went through what you need to know for a periodic table in O Level Chemistry in this post here.
Below, you’ll find a quiz on this chapter.
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