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silicon
sodium
krypton
potassium

which element has the LEAST metallic character.
A) silicon
B) sodium
C) krypton
D) potassium

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asked by Lainey
  1. Hint
    One of those is a noble gas, something to do with Superman.

    posted by Damon
  2. Nice one Damon, I wrote an element paper on this. Hint, it can be green in some forms.

    posted by LR
  3. Wow, way to give it away with Superman and its color. *Claps sarcastically*

    posted by Jae

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