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How to know which element have more reactive when they aren't in same period and group?
How to know which element have more reactive when they aren't in same period and group, for example the Ca and the Pb, and why. Thanks
- Roger the MoleLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
By looking at the activity series, for example the one in the source below.
Because the activity series is ordered according to the relative reactivity of its elements.
Ca is above Pb in the table, so Ca is more reactive.