If a copper is clean it doesn't react to acid, unless precisely if the acid is also an oxidising agent.It happens because copper is below hydrogen in the activities series. (will notice that this is not really an explanation, just an impressive way of saying that copper is not reactive enough to react with acids.)
if any reason the copper surface has been oxidised, the copper oxide will dissolve in acid that's the only time it will react to acid.
If the acid is strongly oxidising, the copper can dissolve to make a solution of the copper salt. For example, copper dissolves in concentrated nitric acid to give you nitrogen oxides and copper nitrate in solution, and also in hot concentrated sulphuric acid to give you sulphur dioxide and copper hydrogen-sulphate in solution.
Chlorine and copper do not react
No. Copper does not react with hydrochloric acid
No, copper does not react with cold water or steam.
Copper (Cu) does not react at all with water.
No, sulfur does not react with copper chloride
No, but magnesium ribbon will react with copper sulphate
Copper doesn't react wih alkalis.
- Stainless steel doesn't react with copper. - Stainless steels doesn't contain copper.
Copper does not react in water.
Copper (ii) Carbonate is insoluble in water, therefore it does not react
Copper reacts with the oxidilized copper on the penny.
if you mix copper and oxygen you get Copper oxide !
copper reacts to any acid
Magnesium nitrate and copper would not react, since magnesium is more reactive than copper.
When Copper and Sulphur react, it combusts (blows up). It can break the glass it is in!
copper reacts to a lot of things but does not react to some common pieces like metal
Copper nitrate doesn't react with magnesium nitrate; the solution contain ions of copper, magnesium and nitrate.
it makes the water go cloudy but when it comes to doing the hydrogen test it doesn't do anything
Yes it do But don't forget that it don't react with the Copper only