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Given Metals:

Zinc

Lead

Silver

Copper

4. Which of the unknown metals has the highest ionization tendency?
Explain your answer.
5. Which has the lowest ionization tendency? Explain
6. Arrange the metals in decreasing order of their ionization tendencies.
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4. Which of the unknown metals has the highest ionization tendency? Explain your answer. 5. Which has the lowest ionization tendency? Explain 6. Arrange the metals in decreasing order of their ionization tendencies.

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