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Q: How are copper iron and salt related?
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Are iron and salt pure substances?

A magnet attracts the Iron Filings and not the salt and sand (which do not contain Iron). Because iron is magnetic, salt and sand are not. Therefore the magnet only picks up the magnetic objects, in this case iron.

Why copper cannot replace iron from its salt solution?


Why can't copper replace iron in salt water?

Copper is less reactive than iron, therefore iron will exist as an aqueous ion and copper will be an elemental metal. See the "reactivity series for metals."

Why do vinegar and salt clean iron oxide from pennies?

Vinegar and salt solution, the acetic acid from the vinegar dissolves the copper oxide. The copper from the copper oxide stays in the liquid

What change is expected in the reaction mixture if a copper wire is kept immersed in AN Iron sulphate solution?

No reaction, because iron is a more active metal than copper. This means that copper cannot reduce iron from its salt.

Why iron does not displace sodium from salt solution?

Iron does not displace sodium from a salt solution because it is not reactive enough. Iron does, however, displace Cu from a copper sulphate solution.

Does copper have iron in it?

No. Copper is an element; meaning it is not made up of other metals.

What advantages of using scrap iron to extract copper from a copper salt?

Hes got power, pace and lots of skill (Alan Hansen)

What is Cuba natural resources?

I only know a few but; cobalt, nickel, iron ore, chromium, copper, salt, timber, silica, and petroleum

Why iron displaces copper from copper sulphate solution?

Because iron is more reactive than copper, as can be seen on an activity series of metals. Refer to the related link for more information and an activity series of metals.

What is trace-mineralized salt?

Trace-mineral salt is salt that contains trace minerals including Selenium, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Molybdenum, Iodine, Cobalt, etc.

What does Ecuador mine for?

Ecuador has mines of gold, silver, copper, coal, salt, lead, iron, and zinc.