i just wondering if any of u guys has a good way to memories the reactivity series in the periodic table for Chemistry? a mnemonic would be nice
Pls also noted to include carbon and hydrogen in the series..... -- thnx
Anyone has a good mnemonic to memories the reactivity series?? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 11-05-2008 07:42
- 11-05-2008 08:13
Private Second-class MacZitl he can make some gun powder
- 11-05-2008 08:25
Please Send Camels, Monkeys And Zebras In Large Containers with More Solid Ghosts Painted.
The positions of Hydrogen and Carbon are just to be memorised.
- 11-05-2008 08:42
PoSoCaMaAlZILHyCoMeSiG n P cumz last.
dno abt the other ways js kept repeatin that..worked fer me
- 11-05-2008 11:42
but i prefer the 'private second class mac azitl he can make some gun powder
reaallyy..muccch better... thankxx.))
- Thread Starter
- 11-05-2008 12:50
Thnx for reply.
my friend has given me this mnemonic which is quite nice...
For carbon, you just had to remember it by heart
- 11-05-2008 13:51
I'm pretty sure you get given the reactivity series, along with a periodic table and common ions. You're not expected to know it off by heart anyway, just remember that valuable metals (gold, silver, platinum) is low, copper, helium, hydrogen are low. Then remember some of the higher ones like Potassium, Sodium, Magnesium.
- 11-05-2008 17:55
In my chemistry exams, we have a formula sheet, so you don't need to learn them.
- 11-05-2008 18:14
Dam i remember them by names
- 11-05-2008 18:19
Please Sir Lancelot, can my alligator zoom in to learn computer science, geography PE?
Potassium, sodium, lithium, calcium, magnesium, aluminium, zinc, iron, titanium, lead, copper, silver, gold, platinum.
- 11-05-2008 18:22
bizarre, i know.