Results for: Reactivation

In Geology

What is Reactive Silica?

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In Argon

Is argon reactive?

No, argon (Ar) is stable, inert and unreactive. The reason is thatAr is a noble gas and has the octet structure so there is notendency to gain nor lose electrons. As can be se (MORE)

Is mercury reactive or non-reactive?

\n. \nAs mercury is below hydrogen in the reactivity series of metals,it is not reactive..\nbut if u mix it with oxygen it blows up and makes a big BOOOOOOOOM!

Is krypton reactive or non reactive?

Krypton is a noble gas, so it and the other noble gases are totally inert (meaning completely nonreactive), so you can probably throw (almost) anything at it without it reacti (MORE)
In Argon

Why is argon not reactive?

It has a octet electronic configuration, which means the valence electrons (the outermost shells) are 8. So, they rarely can react as a electronic shell can hold up to 8 ele (MORE)

Why reactive power is named as reactive?

Actually reactive power is a power which flows in between load to source which is a reactive action of the power given from source to load.the given power to load will not be (MORE)

Is phosphorus reactive or non reactive?

The phosphorus ion P- is highly reactive. In fact, the high bond energy is what powers almost all cellular activity. (See Adenosine TriPhosphate, commonly called ATP.) P (MORE)