Lithium, Sodium, Potassium, Rubidium, Caesium, and Francium.
Strictly speaking, Hydrogen is also an alkali metal, although it rarely exhibits the same properties as other elements in its group.
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What metal is alkali metal?
This is the first column in the Periodic Table. There are six metals that are "Alkali Metals" and six that are "Alkali Earth Metals". The Alkali metals are: Lithium Sodium Potassium Rubidium Caesium Francium These metals get more reactive as you go down the list... Hope I helped :D ...
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What is the correct list of elemental families in order going from left to right?
Alkali metals, transition metals, halogens or Transition metals, halogens, noble gases or Alkali earth metals, halogens, noble gases ...
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How are alkali earth metals and alkali metals similar?
The alkali earth metals act in a similar but slightly less reactive way to alkali metals ...
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What are the differences between alkali metals and transition metals?
Alkali metals are more reactive. Transition metals are shiny but quikly tarnish. Alkali metals are stored in oil. ...
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What are some characteristics of alkali metals?
Alkali Metals: the alkali metals are found in the first group of the periodic table, Alkali metals are very reactive metals and they are not freely in their nature, alkali metals have one electron in their outermost shell. therefore alkali metals are ready to loose that one electron for bonding with other elements, alkali metals are good conductor of electricity and heat. they are soft in nature than other metals.The Alkali Metals are:lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium cesium, francium ...