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Yes, tin will react with sulphuric acid as it is reactive enough. Metals which are higher than hydrogen in the reactivity series will react with sulphuric acid.

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Tin + Sulphuric acid --> Tin sulphate + hydrogen


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Copper doesn't react to dilute sulphuric acid.


Sorry, copper does not react with sulphuric acid because it is not reactive enough to do so. Only metals which are higher than hydrogen in the reactivity series will react with sulphuric acid.


an acid will react easily with base, not with another acid (generally) so sulphuric acid reacts with sodium hydroxide (a base) and not with hydrochloric acid


Sulphuric acid is an acid, so many substances react with it. It will be impractical to list down all the things that would react with sulphuric acid as there are enormously too many! Examples are metals, metal oxides and metal carbonates.


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No, copper is not reactive enough to do so. Only metals which are higher than hydrogen in the reactivity series will react with sulphuric acid.


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