Why potassium is more reactive than sodium?
Asked by | 1st Mar, 2008, 08:18: PM
Potassium is a bigger atom and has lesser ionisation energy than sodium so it is more reactive.
Answered by | 2nd Mar, 2008, 06:16: PM
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