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    Is there a reactivity series for anions? I know the general idea of up and right is more reactive for anions on the table, but what about carbonates and sulfates etc?


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    Is there a reactivity series for anions? I know the general idea of up and right is more reactive for anions on the table, but what about carbonates and sulfates etc?
    it depends what you mean by reactivity too be honest.

    whether you mean it's strength as a nucleophile. or the bond enthalpy formed between the anion and cation.


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    im just talking about displacement/precipitation reactions. basic stuff.
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