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No. acids and metals react to give off hydrogen.

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A metal that does not react to acid, oxygen or water does not exist.


Acid + Metal = Salt + Hydrogen



metals react with some acid


Many metals react with acid to liberate hydrogen, and form metal ions. The metal is oxidised.


Metals will react rapidly with most acids. If the acid is concentrated the reaction can be violent. To react one with the other simply drop acid onto the metal surface with an eye dropper or place the metal object into the acid (with care if the acid is strong).


Because hydrochloric is an acid which mean an acid cannot react with metal


metals react with oxygen to form metallic oxide metals react with water to form metal hydrogen with liberation of hydrogen metals react with acid to form metal salts with liberation of hydrogen non metals react with oxygen to form nonmetallic oxide I think metaloids


When an acid and a metal react, a salt + water is formed.


when metal react with an acid it forms a salt and hydrogen gas


No. Acid will generally react with metal to produce hydrogen. In order to produce carbon dioxide, and acid must react with a carbonate.


When carboxylic acid react with metal gives Salt and hydrogen


Copper metal does not have enough reactivity to react with sulfuric acid.


In a typical case an acid and a metal will react to form hydrogen gas and a salt. The salt formed depends on what acid and what metal is used.


Because metals are often very reactive, as are acid.


No. First of all, the metal does not dissapear. When a a metal reacts with an acid it forms a corresponding salt, which usually then dissolves. Second, whther or not a reaction occurs depends on both the acid and the metal. Most metals will not react with a dilute weak acid. Some metals will not even react with most strong metals. Gold, platinum, and some platinum group metals will not react with acid except for aqua regia, a special mixture of hydrochloric and nitric acid. Ruthenium will not react with acid at all.


The exact reaction depends on the specific acid and metal, but usually an acid will react with a metal to produce a corresponding salt and hydrogen gas.


Decompose water with electrolysis, hydrogen gas and oxygen gas is formed. React water with sodium metal, hydrogen gas is formed. React magnesium metal with any acid, hydrogen gas is formed. React hydrochloric acid with calcium carbonate, carbon dioxide gas is formed.


There are many acids which may react with the metal... If they react,then the metal may lost its lustre,strength etc. In short, the reaction of the metal with the acid is not desirable..Hence the metal cleaner must not contain the acid.


There are several metals which do not react with sulfuric acid; once such metal is gold.


The answer depends on what the metal is. Some metals react readily with acid, and some do not.


A reaction between an acid and a metal oxide to form a salt and water as the only products.


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metal + acid - metal salt+ hydrogen Metal carbonate + acid - metal salt + carbon dioxide + water




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