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Solution: Which of the following statements does not follow from the fact that the alkali metals have relatively weak metal-metal bonding?(a) The alkali metals are less dense than other metals.(b) The alkali me

Problem

Which of the following statements does not follow from the fact that the alkali metals have relatively weak metal-metal bonding?
(a) The alkali metals are less dense than other metals.
(b) The alkali metals are soft enough to be cut with a knife.
(c) The alkali metals are more reactive than other metals.
(d) The alkali metals have higher melting points than other metals.
(e) The alkali metals have low ionization energies.