Does cobalt react with acids?
generally they do not react as acids do not want to react with other acids but if they were to react the stronger acid would attach the fatty acids hydoxide that is part of the carboxyl group.
Silver does not usually react with acids but it will react with some of the more strongly oxidizing acids such as nitric acid.
For example acids react with metals, bases, salts.
No. Silicates do not easily react with acids.
Cobalt is a metal that has the capability to react with other elements.
citric acids react with each other
Many plastics and glasses will not react with most acids.
Zinc react with acids and bases. Iron react with acids but not with bases.
For example uranium, mercury, vanadium don't react with water but can react with acids.
Many acids will react with bases and, depending on the acid, some metals.
name some acids that react with metals?
Certain elements react with acids. Almost every metal react with acids except some, including copper, silver and gold. Metalloids are also weakly react with acids.
Acids often react with a metal to produce hydrogen gas.
When acids react with metals they can produce hydrogen.
Milk is basic and citrus acids are acidic, therefore they react.
Magnesium will react with acids to produce hydrogen gas and a magnesium salt.
Yes it does react with them Yes it does react with them
No, acids react with bases to produce salt and water.
Acids react -in most cases, but not exclusively- well with basic (alkaline) compounds.
Acids react with metals to evolve H2 gas
neon does not react with acid
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No. Metals react with nonmetals or acids to produce salts. Salts can also form when acids react with bases.
both are acids. so they wont react with each other. but they will react with bases (either organic or inorganic or with both)
acids react with certain metals, such as magnesium, zinc, and iron, to produce hydrogen gas.
Normally it doesn't but it will react with a mixture of nitric and hydrochloric acids called aqua regia.
Some acids react with some metals to form salts, yes.
carbon dioxide is released carbonates react with acids
No. Acids react with metals to produce hydrogen gas.
Cobalt react with oxygen, sulfur, fluorine, chlorine, carbon, nitrogen etc.
Yes. aluminum will react with some acids. But after being exposed to air it forms an oxide layer that many acids can't penetrate.
yes copper reacts with acids
The reaction of francium with acids is not known.
They do react vigorously.
Krypton don't react with acids.
Neon does not react with Acids. Answer found at http://www.webelements.com/neon/chemistry.html Thanks for submitting your question.
Yes, Acids react with Alkalis to form SALT and Water ACID + ALKALI > SALT + WATER
when bases and acids react with each other chemically they form a neutralization reaction
Cobalt reacts with Iron! RL ROCKS!
Acids react with most of the metals and form hydrogen. Few metals like Cu does not react this way.
There is a fault with the question. Acids react with metal -TRUE What metals react - all will with the right acid - some need extremely strong acids -gold for example needs aqua regia
All metals do not react with acids to produce hydrogen gas. Only those metals which lie above hydrogen react with acids to produce hydrogen gas. Whereas copper, silver, gold, and platinum do not react with acids to produce hydrogen.
Metallic magnesium reacts violently with acids.
It doesn't react with acids because it is a gas
Salts can react with acids: for example carbonates.
i think carbon reacts with acids
Acids can react with metals.
Generally nonmetals doesn't react with acids.
because they do not have any sufficient electron to give the acid anion. that's why they do not react with the acids