Sheena has a lump of sodium, a lump of potassium and a lump of lithium, but they’ve got mixed up and she doesn’t know which one happens 1.

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Sheena has a lump of sodium, a lump of potassium and a lump of lithium, but they’ve got mixed up and she doesn’t know which one happens 1. Which group of periodic table are all these elements in? 2. What id the pattern of reactivity in this group -answer for brainlest

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Philomena 6 months 2021-07-21T20:18:38+00:00 1 Answers 4 views 0

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    2021-07-21T20:19:46+00:00

    Answer:

    Explanation:

    Just saw your request regarding answering this so here it is:

    All of them belong of Group 1 in periodic table and thus are highly reactive! Pattern of reactivity for Group 1 (Alkali metals) increases as you move down the group as their radius keeps increasing and thus electrons can be easily lost. Thus, to ID the lumps, Sheena should look at their reactivity and she should get the following trend:

    Most reactive: Potassium (K)

    Intermediate: Sodium (Na)

    Least reactive: Lithium (Li)

    Hope it helps!

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