Transition Metals

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Period 4 Element - List of Elements
... Electron configuration 19 K Potassium Alkali metal 4s1 20 Ca Calcium Alkaline earth metal 4s2 21 Sc Scandium Transition metal 3d1 4s2 22 Ti Titanium Transition metal 3d2 4s2 23 V Vanadium Transition metal ...
Periodic Table (electron Configurations)
... Some element categories in the periodic table Metals Metalloids Nonmetals Unknown chemical properties Alkali metals Alkaline earth metals Inner transition metals ...
Period 3 Element - Table of Elements
... Electron configuration Some element categories in the periodic table Metals Metalloids Nonmetals Unknown chemical properties Alkali metals Alkaline earth metals Inner transition metals Transition metals Post-transition ...
Metal Metabolism - Types of Inorganic Elements in Biology - Transition Metals
... The transition metals are usually present as trace elements in organisms, with zinc and iron being most abundant ... These metals are used in some proteins as cofactors and are essential for the activity of enzymes such as catalase and oxygen-carrier proteins such as hemoglobin ... The metal micronutrients are taken up into organisms by specific transporters and bound to storage proteins such as ferritin or metallothionein when not being used ...
Davy Medal - List of Recipients
... furnace in the preparation of refractory metals and their compounds" 1897 Gladstone, John HallJohn Hall Gladstone "For his numerous contributions to ... Sabatier "For his researches on contact action, and the application of finely divided metals as catalytic agents" 1916 Le Chatelier, Henry LouisHenry Louis Le ... Chatt "In recognition of his distinguished contributions to transition metal chemistry and the understanding of catalysis involving ligating molecules ...

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