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What do we mean by Relativity series of chemistry write all elements of chemistry with thier reactivity series write a easy way to memorise them...

What do we mean by Relativity series of chemistry write all elements of chemistry with thier reactivity series write a easy way to memorise them...

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bijaya laxmi
38 Points
3 years ago
In chemistry, a reactivity series (or activity series) is an empirical, calculated, and structurally analytical progression of a series of metals, arranged by their "reactivity" from highest to lowest. It is used to summarize information about the reactions of metals with acids and water, double displacement reactions and the extraction of metals from their ores.
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Rajdeep
231 Points
2 years ago
Hello There!
 
The reactivity series of metals in Chemistry is the order of reactivity. That is, it is a tabular form of metals, which tells us which metal is more reactive and which metal is less, for a comparative study of reactivity between two or more metals.
 
Here’s the reactivity series:
 
K
Na
Ca
Mg
Al
Zn
Fe
Ni
Sn
Pb
H
Cu
Hg 
Ag 
Au
Pt
 
 
The metals above Hydrogen can easily displace hydrogen from dilute acids, but metals below, can’t. Gold is a noble metal.
 
The trick which my friends used is:
Kangaroo (K)
Never (Na)
Can (Ca)
Marry (Mg)
A (Al)
Zebra (Zn)
For (Fe)
Non (Ni)
Soluble (Sn)
Pokemon (Pb)
H
and then Copper – hydrogen – and metals with increasing cost: silver, gold, platinum.
 
Seems silly, but you can use this.
Thanks!

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