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Reactivity series

reactivity series

Reactivity series Potassium,Sodium, Calcium, Magnesium, Aluminium, Carbon, Zinc, Iron, Lead, Hydrogen, Copper, Silver, Gold
Points about the Reactivity series displace the less reactive metal, the more reactive the metal, the more stable the compound thus the more difficult it is to extract it from its ore, & less reactive metals are less likely to form compounds
Stability of Carbonates most decompose to oxide and carbon dioxide on heating, further down the reactivity series, the more easily the metals’ carbonates decompose
Stability of Hydroxides most decompose to oxide and water on heating, further down the series, the easier it breaks down
Stability of Nitrates all decompose on heating, potassium/sodium’s break down to form oxygen, other metals’ break down to form oxides and oxygen, further down, the easier it breaks down
Created by: azra3.142