Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals Write the name of transition metal as shown on the Periodic Table. Write the name and charge for the non-metal. Use the total charge on the non-metal (or polyatomic ion) find the charge on the transition metal. After the name for the metal, write its charge as a Roman Numeral in parentheses.Which group numbers are the transition metals?
In other words, the transition metals are elements: 21 (scandium) through 29 (copper) 39 (yttrium) through 47 (silver) 57 (lanthanum) through 79 (gold) 89 (actinium) through 112 (copernicium) - which includes the lanthanides and actinidesHow many of them are transition metals?
Finally as a summary, simply remember that the elements lying from group 3 to 11 are the transition metals on the periodic table. If La and Ac are included, then there are total 33 transition metals on the Periodic table. And if La and Ac are excluded, then there are total 31 transition metals on Periodic table.What group are transition metals?
The transition metals are a group of metals that are found in the middle of the periodic table. They all have similar properties. The alkaline earth metals are to the left and the Group 3 elements, beginning with boron.