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Biochemistry trivia --> periodic table associated & first to answer correctly wins?

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16. How many of these elements [ C, P, H, S, N] are found next to each other (side by side) on the periodic table?
a. one group of two
b. two groups of two
c. one group of two and one group of three
d. one group of three
e. all of them
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