Please what are the states of matter for the first twenty elements

All QuestionsCategory: Secondary SchoolPlease what are the states of matter for the first twenty elements
Nazzaa asked 8 months ago

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User AvatarStopLearn Team Staff answered 8 months ago

The first twenty elements in the periodic table exist in different states of matter at room temperature (25°C or 298 K). Here is a breakdown of the states of matter for each of these elements:

  1. Hydrogen (H): Gas
  2. Helium (He): Gas
  3. Lithium (Li): Solid
  4. Beryllium (Be): Solid
  5. Boron (B): Solid
  6. Carbon (C): Solid
  7. Nitrogen (N): Gas
  8. Oxygen (O): Gas
  9. Fluorine (F): Gas
  10. Neon (Ne): Gas
  11. Sodium (Na): Solid
  12. Magnesium (Mg): Solid
  13. Aluminum (Al): Solid
  14. Silicon (Si): Solid
  15. Phosphorus (P): Solid
  16. Sulfur (S): Solid
  17. Chlorine (Cl): Gas
  18. Argon (Ar): Gas
  19. Potassium (K): Solid
  20. Calcium (Ca): Solid

As shown above, the first twenty elements include gases (Hydrogen, Helium, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Fluorine, Neon, Chlorine, Argon), solids (Lithium, Beryllium, Boron, Carbon, Sodium, Magnesium, Aluminum, Silicon, Phosphorus, Sulfur, Potassium, Calcium), and one liquid (Mercury is not included in the first twenty elements).
It’s important to note that the state of an element can change with temperature and pressure. The states listed here are specifically for room temperature conditions.

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