How does reactivity of metals and non-metals vary down the group
Asked by | 20th Mar, 2008, 01:20: AM
down the group atomic size inc due to addition of new shells so leading to lesser nuclear pull
reactivity of metals increase as tendency to loss electron n form positive ion increase
reactivity of nonmetal dec as tendency to gain electron n form negative ion increase
Answered by | 21st Dec, 2017, 12:51: PM
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