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what 3 groups do scientists put elements into in the periodic table?

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    There are hundreds of ways to classify elements

    metals, nonmetals, metalloids

    solids, liquid, gases

    monovalent, multivalent, non-reactive

    stable, unstable, and long half-lives

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