What is the most reactive non-metal on the periodic table?
Flourine is the most reactive non metal on the periodic table.
The more reactive elements on the periodic table are farther down in the rows. For example, Te, or Tellurium, is in group 16 and row 5. The elements in row 7 are the most reactive, but technically Tellurium, since it is the farthest down nonmetal on the periodic table, would be the most reactive nonmetal, technically making group 16 the most reactive row of the nonmetals.
As you move left on the periodic table, the elements get more reactive and as you move down the periodic table. Using that thinking the most reactive elements are the Alkali Earth Metals (column 1) and the most reactive element is Francium. The least reactive are the noble gases in the last column- Helium, Neon, Argon etc..