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What is more reactive, Lead or Hydrogen?

Asked by skorned (97points) June 11th, 2009

I’ve been searching the internet, and finding different sources giving differing versions of the reactivity series. Can anyone give me a definite answer or point me to a trustworthy source? Basically, I want to know whether Lead or Hydrogen ions would be discharged in electrolysis…

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MrGV's avatar

Lead(Pb) . I just asked my chem professor.

FrankHebusSmith's avatar

It varies on which isotope of lead you’re referring too (and hydrogen isotopes, but really you don’t see them very often).

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