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The position of hydrogen in periodic table lies in A. Group IB and VIA B. Group IIB and VIA C. Group IA and VIIA D. Group IIIA and VIA

The position of hydrogen in periodic table lies in
A. Group IB and VIA
B. Group IIB and VIA
C. Group IA and VIIA
D. Group IIIA and VIA

Grade:12th pass

2 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
one year ago
Hydrogen shares many similarities with alkali metals, i.e. elements in group I-A. This is one of the factors that dictates the
position of hydrogen in the table
 
Option C is correct
Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
The position of elements on the periodic table largely depends on their electronic configuration. Hydrogen has the electronic configuration of 1. It can get rid of one electron to attain noble gas configuration. This characteristic of hydrogen matches those of alkali metals. But they hydrogen atoms can also gain one electron similar to halogens. Let us see how this plays out. So, Hydrogen is present in Group IA and VIIA 

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