Why is Cesium more reactive than Francium?

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May 13, 2018

Answer:

Basically the shells are further away from the nucleus in francium compared to cesium therefore making it more reactive.

Explanation:

Additionally group 1 elements are known to be reactive as they have 1 electron on their outer shell. They want to loose it so that they become more stable that's why they react with pretty much anything