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Why alkali metals are normally kept in kerosene oil?

Alkall metals, when exposed to atmosphere react with oxygen, moisture and CO2 present in the air forming oxides, hydroxide and carbonates. In order to prevent the reaction the alkali metals are stored under kerosene.

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