Acids and Bases

Does acid form salt when united with a metal?


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2011-04-05 19:00:43
2011-04-05 19:00:43

acid +metal ->salt+ hydrogen

eg sulphuric acid + magnesium -> magnesium sulphate+ hydrogen

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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.

Metal + Acid = Salt + Hydrogen Any metal that reacts with hydrochloric acid will form a metal chloride salt and hydrogen Sodium metal and hydrochloric acid

Metal reacts with acid to form a salt and hydrogen.e.g - Sodium + Hydrochloric Acid forms Sodium Chloride + Hydrogen

When you mix a metal and an acid, you normally form a salt and hydrogen gas.

Will form a metal salt solution and hydrogen gas

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

Metal in broad sense can be defined as ... which reacts with acid to form salt and water.

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

The acid may react which the metal to form a salt and release hydrogen gas.

metal+ acid = salt + hydrogen thus, zinc(metal) reacts with sulphuric acid(acid) to form zinc sulphate(salt) and hydrogen gas, which occurs with a fizzing.


metal + acid -> salt + water metal + oxygen -> metal oxide metal oxide + acid -> salt + water metal + water -> metal hydroxide + hydrogen Metal + Steam -> Metal Oxide + Hydrogen Metal + Acid -> Metal salt + Hydrogen

No, an acid and a metal will usually produce a salt and hydrogen.

When an acid reacts with a metal, we get a salt and hydrogen.

Acid + metal ---- salt + hydrogen

Acid + Metal = Salt + Hydrogen

Metal Hydroxide + Acid = Metal Salt + Water

The answer is during a metal reaction to acid, it makes salt and hydrogen. Another way is Acid + Metal > Metal Salt + Hydrogen

Metals, Metal-oxides and bases form salts with acids.

acid + metal oxide -> metal salt + water

The reactants are the acid and the metal but the products of this would be a salt and hydrogen.e.g.Hydrochloric + Magnesium > Magnesium + HydrogenAcid ChlorideAcid + Metal > Metal Salt + HydrogenI hope this helps

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

Strong acid + metal acetate --> acetic acid (weak acid) + metal salt (of the strong acid)

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