What is Very Reactive and Kept in Kerosene?

  1. Sodium
  2. Potassium
  3. Iodine
  4. Bromine
Manish Listener Asked on 18th June 2015 in Chemistry.
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    Answer: (1) Sodium
    Sodium is very reactive and kept in kerosene. It is a silvery – white metal belonging to group 1st of the periodic table. It is so soft that you can cut it with a butter knife. It is found in the sun and many others stars. It is important for maintaining fluid balance in the cells and throughout the body.

    RE: What is Very Reactive and Kept in Kerosene?

    About Sodium-
    Symbol of sodium = Na
    Atomic number of sodium = 11
    Atomic weight of sodium = 23
    Density of sodium = 0.97g/cm3
    It’s most common use in the form of common salt, which is known as sodium chloride.

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 18th June 2015.
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