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hey guys anyone know how I can remember the reactivity series for my exam. like for monkey eats peanut butter is methane Ethane pentane and butane. anything like that please do tell me about the reactivity series.Name:  Screenshot 2021-05-02 at 11.53.01.png
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hey guys anyone know how I can remember the reactivity series for my exam. like for monkey eats peanut butter is methane Ethane pentane and butane. anything like that please do tell me about the reactivity series.Name:  Screenshot 2021-05-02 at 11.53.01.png
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There’s a mnemonic from this website. You might want to check exactly how much of the series you have to remember for your exam board.

https://www.savemyexams.co.uk/gcse-c...ity-of-metals/

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i guess you just need to memorise what is below hydrogen..Cu and Ag
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hey guys anyone know how I can remember the reactivity series for my exam. like for monkey eats peanut butter is methane Ethane pentane and butane. anything like that please do tell me about the reactivity series.Name:  Screenshot 2021-05-02 at 11.53.01.png
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We got taught this mnemonic - includes carbon (C) and hydrogen (H) in CAPS

Please
Stop
(lithium isn't included in this one)
Calling
My
Amazing
COLOURFUL
Zebra
In
The (this is tin but isn't really necessary)
HISTORY
Class
She
Grunts
Politely (platinum is just a little add on. If you don't want to learn it, ignore it)

- note -
it will be important for the exam to remember where H and C go because that knowledge will be required for electrolysis/reduction questions
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