Aluminum is exactly as reactive as it is in the reactivity series. However, when aluminum reacts, with oxygen for instance, a thin layer of aluminum oxide builds up on the outside of the aluminum metal. This prevents more oxygen from reaching unreacted aluminum metal. This prevents the reaction from proceeding further, thus effectively protecting the aluminum metal from further reaction.
No, copper is less reactive than aluminum.
Aluminium is much less reactive than Lithium.
because aluminium is more reactive than carbon (open "reactive series" in internet).
Yes, aluminum is more reactive than chromium. This would be the case in both a reactivity series or electrochemical series. Please see the related link for more information.
Yes aluminum is less reactive than magnesium it is less reactive because as you read left to right on the periodic table the elements become less reactive because they get more electrons on their valence shells hope this helps you
Yes, zinc is LESS reactive than potassium based on the activity series.
Bronze is not an element, it is an alloy (mixture) of copper and tin. Both are less reactive than aluminum.
Chemistry of calcium Calcium is generally more reactive than magnesium
When aluminum is produced in a metallic form, it immediately reacts with the oxygen in the air, forming a monomolecular layer of aluminum oxide on its surface, and it is the aluminum oxide which is relatively non-reactive, and which prvents the metallic aluminum from undergoing further reactions. However, aluminum is actually more reactive than zinc, as long as it is allowed to react.
No.Mg is less reactive than aluminum,therefore mg solution will not react with aluminum metal.
Aluminium is more reactive than gold.
In between iron and cobalt in the reactivity series. It's less reactive than carbon, but more reactive than hydrogen.
No. Aluminum is actually more reactive than iron. Aluminum will actually oxidize spontaneously on contact with air. This forms a microscopic layer of aluminum oxide (Al2O3) which is a very hard and chemically resistant substance. This layer protects the aluminum from further oxidation.
aluminum is more reactive than zinc!!
Titanium is less reactive than magnesium, but it's a moot point. What's labelled as a Magnesium frame is usually a (mainly) Aluminum alloy, with some magnesium in it.
Hydrogen is more reactive than Copper, but less reactive than Zinc which is less reactive than Magnesium which is less reactive than Potassium. Potassium is the most reactive of all, relatively speaking.
Because Iron is less reactive than Aluminium!
Aluminium. This is because aluminum is "higher" than carbon in the reactivity series. You may wish to refer to the reactivity series if you need to compare the relative reactivities of other metals.
Ti is less reactive than Mg.
Yes, chlorine is a very reactive chemical element.
lol , because iron is used in iron man suit and aluminum in foil
Lithium is less reactive than caesium