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30 March, 16:13

Which group in the periodic table contains the three elements with the highest

electrical conductivities?

OA) Group 8

B) Group 12

C) Group 11

D) Group 7

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  1. 30 March, 17:49
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    Group 12

    Explanation:

    Group 12 is also called a transition metal group. This group in the periodic table lies in between the groups or tables. These metals are classified as the transition metal in the table.

    These metals are found from the group number 3 to 12. In the periodic table, These transition elements are ductile and malleable. These metal conduct heat and electricity.

    These elements are generally called dense and less to react to the alkaline metal. Iron, copper-silver, gold is the most important transition metal.
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