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Today I used aluminum in cooking, Steel in my car, Steel in the structure of my furniture. I used iron in my food, Lithium in my batteries, Copper in my electrical lines. There are many more.
It is false.
Apex - trueYes, lithium is more active (reactive) than aluminum.
Aluminium is much less reactive than Lithium.
aluminum is low. when you have elements there either active, inert, moderately active, high, or low. aluminum is low.
Boron has more protons. It has 5, lithium has 3.
Two materials are formed: metallic copper and aluminum chloride. This is an example of displacement of a less active metal from its compounds by a more active metal in the electromotive series.
False. Enzymes are reusable.
False. They were dependent on animals and were far more active then sedentary.
Yes, Aluminum is more electrically active than both zinc and iron. It will become the cathode in the electrochemical reaction.
Lithium is more reactive.
Lithium is more reactive than Neon.