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1.Which of the elements are most likely to react and form a compound? 2.What type of compound are they likely to form?

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    thats chemistry.. put it in chem section!

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    anyways.. li and F would react.. cause they would obtain octet!

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    ya i guess but im in physical science and we are doing this. i dont get any of it.

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    they would form the compound octet?

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    i have two question up there

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    no no .. i meant.. they would react cause.. compounds are formed to obtain octet structure.. so li would lose its electron and fluorine would gain the electron! so its lithium floride

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    so for the first questin i say f and li. and for the second question i put they would make lithium floride

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    ?

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    i think so!1.. that would be one of the solutions!!.. i dunno about the other ones :P

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    is the compound lithium floride

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    ?

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    yes it is!

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    how does this sound? the most likey to react would be F and Li. the type of compound is lithium fluoride. the reason for this i think is they would react cause.. compounds are formed to obtain octet structure.. so li would lose its electron and fluorine would gain the electron! so its lithium floride. i think that how it works im not too sure.

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    ?

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    does that sound ok what i said

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    lol.. thats exactly what i said :D!!..

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    kinda some what

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    :)

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    oki.. !

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    thank u for helping me :) im really bad at science. can u help me with a few more sicens ones?

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    not all that great in chem.. but physics HELL yea :D

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    um idk what it is lol ill send u a link ok. but im in a phyiscal sience class but we are doing this.

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    oki!

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    did u get it? i should be in ur messages. its the top question at the list

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    ?

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    waot i didnt get any :/

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