In the periodic table, where are non-metals located?

  1. A

    Between groups IIA and lIIA

  2. B

    On the lower left hand side

  3. C

    On the upper left band side 

  4. D

    On the upper right hand side

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    Solution:

    We can recall that non-metals typically have a tendency to gain electrons in order to achieve an octet configuration. They will therefore be close to noble gases, which are found at the right side of the periodic table. The periodic table's upper right corner is where non-metals are located.

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