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The Group 1A and Group 7A elements are examples of: representative elements.

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Na3N is the formula unit of sodium nitride.

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Which of the following particles are free to drift in metals? (1 point) protons electrons neutrons cations
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Electrons are free to drift in metals.
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Atoms share electrons in covalent bonds to attain a noble-gas electron configuration.
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Atoms share electrons in covalent bonds: To attain a noble-gas electron configuration.

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Its position in the periodic table determines that an element is a metal.
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