This chemistry video tutorial explains the activity series of metals and elements such as hydrogen. It shows you how to tell if a single replacement reaction will work or if there will be no reaction using the activity series chart. It also shows you how to write the net ionic equation of a single replacement reaction. In addition, this video also helps you to identify which metals are strong reducing agents and which metal cations are oxidizing agents. Finally, it mentions which metals are active or reactive and which ones are nonreactive or chemically inert.
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