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22 January, 06:38

Hydrogen is a reactive gas under normal conditions. Based on this property alone, to which group of the periodic table should hydrogen belong? why?

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  1. 22 January, 06:47
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    Even if hydrogen is in 1 group originally you can still say it is in 6 groups.
  2. 22 January, 07:47
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    Even though Hydrogen is originally in group 1, based on this property, we can say it is in group 6.

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    Group 6 would mean that it only needs 2 more valence electrons till the octet (8 valence electrons). This would make it reactive, yet, in normal conditions, unlike group 7.
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