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Actinium can react with halogens, oxygen, hydrogen.

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The chemistry of actinium is badly known; probable actinium may be combined withe the majority of nonmetals.


Yes, but because actinium is very rare and strongly radioactive his chemistry was studied only a little.


any nickname (and generally for the chemical elements) for actinium


Lanthanum (La) and actinium (Ac) are two chemical elements, solid metals.


Actinium can react with halogens (F, Cl, Br, I), oxygen, sulphur, etc


A chemical reaction in which two elements or radicals change places with two other elements or radicals is a double displacement reaction.


Actinium (Ac) is a chemical element.Actinoids is the name of the radioactive elements family which contain actinium.


The chemical reaction in which two elements or radicals change places with two other elements or radicals is called a double displacement reaction. Another term for this reaction is a salt metathesis reaction.


Actinium react with halogens, hydrogen, sulfur, carbon, oxygen, etc. Being so rare the chemistry of actinium is no largely studied.


A chemical reaction in which two elements or radicals change places with two other elements or radicals is a double displacement reaction.


A nuclear reaction for the preparation of 227Ac is:


Elements 89 (Actinium) through 103 (Lawrencium) on the periodic table of elements.


Tin is one of the elements located on the periodic table. In addition, the four other elements that have the word tin in their name are platinum, astatine, actinium and protactinium.


actinium, aluminum, arsenic, antimony, astatine, and argon


Actinium is separated from pitchblende. Actinium, AC, is found in uranium ore, a product of radioactive decay of uranium and ?æother unstable elements.


The reaction is: 225Ac---------alpha-----------221Fr


The reaction of oxygen with other elements is called oxidation; the end-products are oxides.


encompasses the 15 metallic chemical elements with atomic numbers from 89 to 103, actinium through lawrencium


Actinium, Aluminum, Americium, Antimony, Argon, Arsenic and Astatine are chemical elements. They begin with the letter A.


Not soluble in water (probably only a slow reaction), soluble in acids.


Elements La(Lanthanum)-Lu(Lutetium) are the lanthanides. Elements Ac(Actinium)-Lr(Lawrencium) are the actinides.


In the group of actinides uranium, actinium, protactinium and thorium are natural elements; the others (transuranium elements) are artificial elements.


Actinium, Aluminum, Americium, Antimony, Argon, Arsenic, and Astatine.


A chemical reaction in which two elements or radicals change places with two other elements is called double replacement. It is also known as double displacement. Its general pattern can be written as AB + CD --> AD + CB


no actinium is not a magnet no actinium is not a magnet



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