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Boron Family

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Hydrogen Atom
Alkali Metals
Alkaline Earth Metals
Alkaline Earth Metals Reactions
Periodic Trends and Diagonal Relationships
Boron Family
Carbon Family
Nitrogen Family
Oxygen Family
Halogens

The Boron Family is represented by Group 3A of the periodic table. 

The Boron Family

Although boron is at the top of Group 3A, it does not represent the general properties of the group because it is sole metalloid. 

Concept #1: The Boron Family

The periodic trends of Group 3A are harder to predict as a result of the inclusion of d and f electrons as we move down the group. These irregularities as a result impact the chemical properties of elements. 

Concept #2: Boron Family Chemistry