Type your answer here... are valence electrons reactive or non reactive
Electrons are no reactive by itself but they are important in chemical reactions - valence electrons.
Alkaline earth metals
just reactive. not extremely but still reactive
Cesium is extremely reactive.
The Outermost Electrons are the reactive particles of the atoms.
Caesium is an extremely reactive chemical element.
yes they are extremely reactive. They are inn the 1st group.
Yes, halogens are extremely reactive.
Yes, sodium is extremely reactive.
potassium is extremely reactive to water.
Nitrogen is reactive. But not very reactive because of the amount of electrons it has.
This is radon, it has a full outer shell of electrons, so it is technically non reactive
Helium is an extremely non-reactive chemical element.
The outer shell of an atom is most stable or non reactive with 8 electrons. 1 or 2 valence electrons would be reactive. It also would depend if it's bonded with another element.
reactive parts of an electron?
Both have 7 valence electrons making them extremely reactive and are members of the halogens (salt makers).
No - it is extremely inert
Look at a periodic table. The number of electrons on the outer shell of an element, called "valence electrons" determine how easily it reacts with other elements. The more valence electrons, the less reactive, up to a "full octet" of 8 electrons. 8 = Least reactive, 1 = Most reactive
The elements in group 18 are extremely reactive and re reffered to as the noble gases********************2nd Opinion ******************The elements in group 18 are extremelyun-reactive.
No electrons are reactive. Electrons can, under the huge majority of circumstances, only be removed starting from the outermost, working inwards.
Atoms are more reactive depending on how close they are to obtaining a full outer shell of electrons.
Fluorine is non-radioactive but chemically extremely reactive.
Bromine, as a group 17 halogen, is extremely reactive
An atom is non reactive when the outermost shell has the maximun of 8 valence electrons.