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Make an experiment that will allow you to put six metals in order of reactivity.
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Hi I moved your thread to a more specific forum It would help the person who sees this if you said what you've done already and what part of the problem are you stuck on
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Kind of vague but it sounds like setting up electrochemical cells would be a good start
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(Original post by 16jenkinsa)
Make an experiment that will allow you to put six metals in order of reactivity.
React them all with something and somehow determine the rate, e.g. volume of gas made per unit time.

React them with the others' solutions of their salts, at GCSE you'd call them displacement reactions.

Experiment on your kid sister: tell her that you'll give her a biscuit if she looks it up on Google for you. See if the promise of two biscuits makes her work faster.
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Ughh I think this was on my gcse paper last year I hated this question
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