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Answered 2009-04-27 12:54:13

I'm not sure, but based on my knowledge of chemistry, a compound has different properties from its components. So magnesium salt should not react with HCl (Hydrochloric acid) unless it dissociates in water and magnesium (the element) is present.

Anyway when magnesium is mixed with an acid (any acid, not just stomach acid), hydrogen gas is produced and a salt is formed.


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Magnesium reacts with an acid to produce hydrogen gas and a magnesium salt.

The magnesium will react with the acid to produce hydrogen gas and a magnesium salt.

Magnesium reacts vigorously in mineral and other acids. It forms the magnesium salt of that acid and hydrogen gas.

Magnesium don't react with salt.

This reaction makes hydrogen gas escape from magnesium surface immersed in acid solution. Also a magnesium salt is formed.

Both of these substances are alkaline and they react with excess acid in the stomach to produce a Calcium or Magnesium salt solution and Carbon dioxide gas.

Dissolving magnesium in an acid we obtain the magnesium salt of this acid.

Magnesium will react with acids to produce hydrogen gas and a magnesium salt.

Magnesium(s) + Iron(s) + HCl(aq) -> MagnesiumChloride(aq) + Hydrogen(g) + Iron(s)Iron will not react with hydrochloric acid as magnesium is more reactive than iron , so magnesium will react with hydrochloric acid to give salt and hydrogen gas while iron is deposited.METAL + ACID -> METAL SALT + HYDROGEN GAS

metal + acid ---> salt + hydrogen gas Magnesium is a metal. Therefore, Magnesium + acid ---> a magnesium salt + hydrogen gas

Magnesium carbonate (MgCO3)Explanation:Magnesium oxide is a basic oxide. A property of basic oxides is that they react with acid to form salt and water. Soda water contains an acid called carbonic acid. Magnesium oxide can react with carbonic acid to form magnesium carbonate as shown in the equation below:MgO(s) + H2CO3(aq) --> MgCO3(aq) + H2O(l)

The salt produced is magnesium nitrate. The equation for the reaction is: MgCO3 + 2 HNO3 -> Mg(NO3)2 + CO2 + H2O.

Because when you use a certain metal say magnesium oxide with hydrochloric acid you will get: magnesium chloride magnesium carbonate + hydrochloric acid = salt + water + carbon dioxide.

Well, you need another reactant for sulfuric acid to react with. Sulfuric acid by itself will just sit there. Now, add a metal, like magnesium, and that will give you a reaction. Acids react with most metals to produce a salt and hydrogen gas. Magnesium and sulfuric acid react according to this equation: H2SO4 + Mg --> MgSO4 + H2 As you can see, the products are magnesium sulfate (commonly known as Epsom salt) and hydrogen gas.

Mg + 2HCl --> MgCl2 + H2 Like that. Salt and hydrogen gas product.

acid +metal ->salt+ hydrogen eg sulphuric acid + magnesium -> magnesium sulphate+ hydrogen

MgO + H2O -----> Mg(OH)2 + 2HCl ------> 2H2O + MgCl2 Magnesium Chloride

Depends on the acid. Hydrochloric ascid = magnesium chloride. Sulphuric acid = magnesium sulphate.

The products that are formed will be magnesium salt, water and carbon dioxide. Exactly what salt is made depends the acid used. Hydrochloric acid produces magnesium chloride; sulphuric acid produces magnesium sulphate; nitric acid produces magnesium nitrate.

MgCO3 is called magnesium carbonate. It's classified as salt.Since that the reaction of metal with acid forms salt of acid and hydrogen gas:metal + acid --> salt of acid + hydrogen gasmagnesium + carbonic acid --> magnesium carbonate + hydrogenMg + H2CO3--> MgCO3+ H2

Magnesium oxide is a salt, but nitric acid isn't, and I don't believe that you would get a salt by mixing these two substances. Perhaps you meant to ask what salt is produced by mixing magnesium hydroxide and nitric acid; in that case you would produce the salt magnesium nitrate.

1 Mole of Magnesium (Mg) would react with 2 Moles of Hydrochloric acid (HCl), to produce 1 Mole of Magnesium Chloride (MgCl2) (Salt), and 1 Mole of Hydrogen gas (H2).

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