YES, group one metals are used as catalysts, as they are very reactive.
In the fluorine group or group 17. Its the column one from the right. The are reactive with metals because they want to gain one electron where as metals want to loose them.
Some metals are, in group one.
The most reactive group in the periodic table is group one, the alkali metals.
The elements in this group are called Alkali Metals.
Alkali metals has one electron in the valence shell; they are very reactive.
The group one metals or alkalis metals are found in group 1 of the periodic table are very reactive metals. These metals have only one electron in their outer shell. Therefore, they are ready to lose that one electron in ionic bonding with other elements. As with all metals, the alkali metals are shiny and easy to cut and are good conductors of heat and electricity. The alkali metals are softer than most other metals. Caesium and francium are the most reactive elements in this group.
AM are in group one and are very reactive, unstable, and has one electron in the outer shell, where as in AEM they are in group two and have 2 electrons in the outer shell.
The highly reactive non-metals are in the halogen group. They just need one more electron to fill the octet. Therefore they are highly reactive. For example fluorine and chlorine. And the highly reactive metals are placed in the first group (alkali metals). For example Sodium and potassium.
They are one valence electrons and are the most reactive group of metals in the periodic table.
in group one as known as the Alkali Metals
Alkali metals are very reactive.
potassium is a group one metal. Group one metals can be explosively reactive with water (they are very reactive and dangerous) i think tjey woyld be better stored ib oil
Highly reactive metals with one valence electron are known as Alkali metals.
Group-17 is the most reactive group of non-metals in periodic table since they easily gain one electron to form an anion.
Metals in the first group are Alkali Metals. Their group number is one. They are reactive. They don't occur freely in nature. They are soft, malleable, ductile, good conductors of heat and electricity. Cesium and Francium are the most reactive metals in this group. Also, these metals explode when exposed to water.
They are one electron away from being stable, are non-metals, and they are most reactive of the non-metals
Alkali metals. This is the most reactive group on the periodic table
Sodium is part of the periodic table group of Alkali metals with only one valence electron. They are very, very reactive, but it is not corrosive.
Cesium and francium are the most reactive and lithium is the least. Because the reactivity of alkali metals increases going down the group. Down the group: atomic and ionic radii and density increase while melting and boiling points decrease. Therefore it is easy for them to lose the one electron on the outer orbital. So it is very reactive.
The elements in the group 17 are the most reactive non metals. In the group, the reactivity decreases downwards as the ionic radius increases. Therefore fluorine is the most reactive non metal.The halogens are the most reactive non metals. They are in the 17th group of the periodic table. Fluorine is the most reactive non metal.Chlorine is most reactive non metal.It is present in group-17. It forms bonds by gaining one electron.
well, there is no group 7a, but thats kind of a hard one to answer, because some groups have the same amount of reactive metals. The actinide and lanthinide series both have a large amount of reactive subsances. But those are series.