Non Reactive Metals?

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Non reactive metals refers to those metals that do not readily react with water oxygen. Non reactive metals also do not react with various acids. Examples of non reactive metals include gold and platinum.
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Aluminium is non reactive as it forms a coating of Al. 2. O. 3.
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On a periodic table the most reactive metal is Francium, metals are located to the left of the staircase and as you move further left and down, the element more easily loses electrons
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Flourine is the most reactive non-metal.
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Francium was first discovered in 1939 by chemist Marguerite Perey in Paris. Scientists can produce the element artificially, but the amount found on Earth is incredibly small - less
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