Inorganic chemistry

Reply Mon 10 Oct, 2022 06:06 am
Does chlorine element more non-metal than carbon element? How to compare?

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Reply Mon 10 Oct, 2022 07:15 am
Use your element table.
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Reply Mon 10 Oct, 2022 03:49 pm
I don't know how to define "more non-metal". Neither are metals. If you look at a period table, Carbon is closer to the metals than Chlorine and Chlorine is much more reactive with metals that Carbon but there are plenty of carbides out there and, of course Chlorine is a gas at room temperature, but I don't know why you would say one was more "non-metal" than another.
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