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A non metal that burns in air at room temperature

A non metal that burns in air at room temperature


10 Answers

Harishwar IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 50 Points
6 years ago
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
Debartha Paul
44 Points
6 years ago
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.
Abhiraj Singh Rathore
57 Points
5 years ago
Carbon and Sulphur
shubham sharda
361 Points
5 years ago
sodium is not a non metal sir, its metal.
Nikhil kumar
67 Points
5 years ago
carbon and sulphur burn in air at room  temp.
19 Points
4 years ago
Potassium is the non metal who auto burn in free state ie; presence of air.
Amay chugh
29 Points
4 years ago
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
mayank aggrawal
19 Points
one year ago
 phosphurus is the non metal which burns at room temperature and sodium is the only metal which burns at roo temperature
Sayantan Garai
117 Points
one year ago
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. 
25763 Points
one year ago
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

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