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No metals react to form water. The two nonmetals that react to form water are hydrogen and oxygen.

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The alkaline metals react with water, and Lithium and Sodium float on the water whilst reacting.


Such metals are Sodium and Potassium (and all the alkali metals).


The bronze and silver stars will react with water, eventually. Since I think you mean "metals", how about sodium and potassium?


A metal and a non metal. Two non metals. A metal and a metalloid.



Alkali metals are soft, low density metals that react vigorously with water to form hydrogen. They only have one electron in it's outer shell. Alkali-earth metals are low density hard metals that react less vigorously with water. They have two electrons in the outer shell.


there is no reaction when you add the two metals as metals cannot react with other metals metals can only react to acid etc.


group one and two metals react with oxygen in the air as well as moisture to from metal oxides


All precious metals except two are inert, do not naturally react The two which are not Rhenium and Osmium


A pure metal is found in nature. An alloy is a combination of metals. Alloys are better because some metals react with air and water yet Alloys dont react as much. This is why car wheels are made of Alloys so that they dont react with air or water. Alloys are simply a mix of two different metals. After being mixed they have different and better characteristics such as stainless steel. Alloys are a special type of metal.


Lots of metals will react with dilute hydrochloric acid; anything above hydrogen in the activity series should do so.


calcium, lead, copper or sodium (if u r from whitmore high school hi)


If you're referring to the periodic table, the group one and two elements (Alkali and Alkaline earth metals) react with water very vigorously, often explosively in the Alkali metals. The transition metals react VERY slowly, as water can be considered an oxidising agent, to form the respective oxides. This can be seen in Iron(III) oxide, as the red rust is formed when iron metal is left in contact with moisture.


Two no metals combine to form covalent bond. They have weaker interaction.


Aluminum will not react with water at normal temperatures. Increase the temperature greatly, and just about any two things will react, though.


They are all metals. Group 1A metals are all alkali metals and react violently with water in a certain form (I think in their ion form, example: Li^1+). Group 2A are all alkali earth metals and do not react with water. Thats the general properties, obviously there are MANY more similarities but you would have to be more specific if you are looking for something else.😃😀😃😀



If you mean what two element types then: Metals and non-metals If not, I do not know what you are asking


They are very reactive. They can react violently or explosively with water, usually catching fire soon after contact. They react with moisture and air to produce strong bases that can cause serious chemical burns. The two most reactive of the metals, rubidium and cesium, burst into flames on contact with air.


Copper, and any metal below it in the reactivity series, such as gold, will not react with hydrochloric acid.


Metals react with acid to produce hydrogen gas. Water reacts with acid to produce hydrogen ions. Electric current reacts with acid to produce hydrogen gas.


It doesn't. Two components of alka-seltzer react with each other in the presence of water.


To find the reaction of metals with water(metal+water) this is what happens a metal oide is the product of the two substances


Almost any metals can make an alloy.It is easiest if the metals have similar melting temperatures.


Copper is an element so it is not a mixture of any two metals.



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