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Using the periodic table, choose the more reactive nonmetal. Si or S
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User: Using the periodic table, choose the more reactive nonmetal. Si or S

Weegy: s
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User: The first four ionization energies for an imaginary element, Xz, are E1 = 102 kcal, E2 = 186 kcal, E3 = 4021 kcal, and E4 = 4862 kcal. The number of valence electrons most probable as indicated by this ionization data is: 0 1 2 3 4

Weegy: The first four ionization energies for an imaginary element Xz are E1 102 kcal E2 186 kcal E3 4021 kcal and E4 4862 kcal The number of valence [ electrons most probable ... ]


User: Using the periodic table, choose the more reactive metal. Cs or Sr

Weegy: From most reactive to least reactive Francium Cesium Rubidium Potassium Sodium Lithium Strontium Calcium Magnesium Aluminum Manganese Zinc Chromium Iron Cadmium Cobalt Nickel [ Tin Lead Copper Silver Mercury Gold Platinum. ]
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User: The atomic number of the atom which does not usually form compounds is: 16 17 18 19 20

Weegy: The atomic number of the atom which does not usually form compounds is: 18 ...........
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