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Faman39

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Magnesium (Mg) reacts explosively with oxygen (O2) gas. Which of these elements is most likely to react with oxygen in a similar way? manganese (Mn) calcium (Ca) bromine (Br) sulfur (S)

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    @Mashy

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    @JFraser

  3. Mashy
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    no clue .. not good in chem buddy

  4. Faman39
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    its ok :)

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    i guess calcium

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    am i right @JFraser ?

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    elements in the same group behave in similar ways, so any atom in the same column as Mg will behave in a similar ratios with similar atoms.

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