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#29882 - 03/17/09 07:58 PM Reactivity of Na and Ca
John Mark Smith Offline
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why do Na and Ca swap places from electrochemical series to reactivity series

#29885 - 03/17/09 09:23 PM Re: Reactivity of Na and Ca [Re: John Mark Smith]
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Found on wikipedia:

The reactivity series is sometimes quoted in the strict reverse order of standard electrode potentials, when it is also known as the "electrochemical series":
Wikipedia contributors, "Reactivity series," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Reactivity_series&oldid=276007046 (accessed March 17, 2009).


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