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How can you describe the location of hafnium (Hf, atomic number 72) on the periodic table? choose all that apply.
-Transition metals
-noble gases
-group 6, period 4
-group 4, period 6

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  • science help.. pls help me dr.bob22 -

    i am having trouble on this

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    is it a and d

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    Yes.
    It is a transition metal.
    It is is row 6 and column 4 so that makes it group 4 and period 6.

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    thank you so much!!!

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