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Posted by ِِamy on Thursday, December 28, 2006 at 2:56am.

Hi .. Please school is coming and I need help im ny research

What are the patterns of the Reactivity in the Periodic table and the Atomic Structure

I have been in lots of websites and I can't find it

Please help


tahnx

Metals in the lower left corner are most reactive, and get less reactive as one goes to the right or upwards.

Nonmetals are most reactive on the upper right corner, and become less reactive as one goes to the left and downward.

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