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A non metal that burns in air at room temperature
5 years ago

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Harishwar
IIT Roorkee
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50 Points
							Hi Student

Non-metals react with oxygen in the air to produce non-metal oxides. Here are two examples for the non-metals carbon and sulphur.



Carbon burns in air to form carbon dioxide:

carbon + oxygen → carbon dioxide



Sulphur burns in air to form sulphur dioxide:

sulphur + oxygen → sulphur dioxide
5 years ago
Debartha Paul
44 Points
							
There is only one non-metal that burns in air at roo temperature. It is sodium (Na). Sodium Reacts with the oxygen of the air at room temperature to form Sodium hydrooxide.
5 years ago
Abhiraj Singh Rathore
57 Points
							
Carbon and Sulphur
5 years ago
shubham sharda
361 Points
							
sodium is not a non metal sir, its metal.
5 years ago
Nikhil kumar
67 Points
							
carbon and sulphur burn in air at room  temp.
4 years ago
Amresh
19 Points
							Potassium is the non metal who auto burn in free state ie; presence of air.
						
3 years ago
Amay chugh
29 Points
							Mr amresh sharma Potassium(atomic number=19) is a metal it is just placed below the sodium metal in the first group of the modern periodic table it
						
3 years ago
mayank aggrawal
19 Points
							
 phosphurus is the non metal which burns at room temperature and sodium is the only metal which burns at roo temperature
3 months ago
Sayantan Garai
117 Points
							
As Fluorine is the most reactive non metal, it may react with Oxygen at room temperature. F has the highest electronegativity.
But metals like Li, Na and K reacts with oxygen at room temperature. I'm not sure if non metals react in this manner.
But Fluorine has a very high probability. 
one month ago
Arun
24490 Points
							
There is only one non-metal that burns in air at roo temperature. It is sodium (Na). Sodium Reacts with the oxygen of the air at room temperature to form Sodium hydrooxide
one month ago
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