Yes because it is part of the halogens and in general halogens
are the most reactive non metals
Fluorine is the most reactive non-metal.
Gold is a less reactive metal but not non-reactive; all metals are reactive.
the most reactive non metal is fluorine.
phospohorous is the highly reactive non metal.
the most reactive non-radioactive (stable) metal is Cesium(Cs) while the most reactive non-metal is Fluorine (F).
Gold is non-reactive.
Scandium is a reactive metal.
Copper is a reactive metal.
fluorine is the most reactive non metal in the periodic table.
Fluorine is the most reactive nonmetal.
Sn (Tin) Is one reactive non-metal in period 5.
It is a nonreactive metal
Aluminium is non reactive as it forms a coating of Al2O3.
No. Helium is a nonmetal but it is completely non-reactive.
Flourine is the most reactive non metal on the periodic table.
The most reactive metal on the table is Caesium. Fluorine is the most reactive non-metal on the table. For metal periods, reactivity decreases from left to right. Non-metals are the opposite.
Iodine is the least reactive of the halogens. In fact, iodine is so stable that it can be purchased in solutions for disinfectant use. However, iodine is far from inert, and can be very reactive when exposed to certain chemicals.
Not so reactive !That's why it is called a noble metal.
Carbon is a very reactive nonmetal but not the most reactive.
Carbon is a reactive chemical element.
Mercury can be a gas, and it is very reactive as a gas. Non metal.
Florine is the most reactive non-metal and francium is the most reactive metal. However, francium is very rare as well as being radioactive. Cesium is an extremely reactive metal.
the most reactive non metal is flourine because it has the bigest nucleus and more protons than any element in that row.
Tungsten is a non-reactive metal. ----------------------------------------------------------- Having an electronegativity of 2,36 (after Pauling tables) wolfram (tungsten) is not a metal too reactive; but it is not unreactive.
Yes, iron is more reactive than calcium as iron is a metal and generally metals are more reactive than non-metals and calcium is a non-metal.
Chlorine is most reactive non metal.It is present in group-17. It forms bonds by gaining one electron.
A reactive non metal is an element that can gain the electrons or is more electronegative
The least reactive is bromine.
Most reactive non metal is Fluorine.Most reactive metal is sodium.They both reacts quicky when exposed to air.
The most reactive non-metals are the halogens, group 17.
It varies. The further right the non metal is on the periodic table, the more reactive it is.
Fluroine is the most reactive non-metal.
Platinum is a "noble metal" and fairly non-reactive. Like gold, it's non-reactive enough to be found in elemental form in nature.
Magnesium is one of the more reactive metals; it rarely exists in nature elementally.
This depends on the chemical reaction involved. The most reactive metal is francium, the most reactive non metal is fluorine.
The most reactive non=metal is fluorine.Its electronic configuration is 1s22s22p5
Yes, very reactive, more than silicon, nitrogen and sulfur (neighbours in periodic table. But it is not the most reactive nonmetal, which is fluorine.
Im guessing by gas non-metal, you mean the non-reactive noble gases. These are: Helium, Neon, Argon, Krypton, Xenon and Radon
I'd have to go with fluorine.
Because It has a -4 charge
Group 17, the Halogens.
The halogens or group 7A elements. They are the most reactive non-metal family because they only need one more valence electron to have a complete octet.
Flammable, combustible, corrosive: not determined, but very probable not. Einsteinium is a moderate reactive metal.
Fluorine is the most reactive non metal.Caesium is most reactive metal in the table.Fluorine has atomic number 9.
Nickel is more reactive than Copper. If you have chemistry reference tables Table J shows which metal or non-metal is more reactive or less reactive than the other. Hope I helped =3
The metal is sodium, Na. In most compounds, the metal (if there is one) will come first, followed by the non-metal. NaCl is sodium chloride, more commonly known as table salt. It consists of one atom of sodium (a highly reactive alkali metal) and chlorine (a highly reactive non-metal halogen.)
The inert or nobles gases are relatively nonreactive.
helium is a non reactive gas at room temperature
It is a 'halogen', gas, diatomic element F2, a NON-metal, in period 1 of the 7th group in the periodic table, AND VERY REACTIVE AND POISONOUS