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Encyclopedia > Group 13 element

The Boron group is periodic table group 13 (IUPAC style) in the periodic table. These elements are characterized by having three electrons in their out energy levels. Boron is considered a non-metal, and the rest in the group are considered metals. Because of certain properties that it has in common with the metals, boron in considered to be a metalloid


The boron group consists of:


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