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What is the difference between a group and a period in the periodic table?

A: The difference between a group and a period in the periodic table is that a group is each column/family with similar properties and a period is each row going up from charges 1+.

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  1. yes. Groups have similar chemical characteristics.

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  3. More shortly the groups are the columns and the periods are the horizontal rows

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  4. Thanks that help me out! Which was this for my science question More shortly the groups are the columns and the periods are the horizontal rows Anonymous
    Jan 30, 2022

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  5. That help me out too! What is the difference between a group and a period in the periodic table? Anonymous Sep 20, 2010
    The difference between a group and a period in the periodic table is that a group is each column/family with similar properties and a period is each row going up from charges 1+.

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