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Almost any acid will react with magnesium to produce hydrogen.


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

No, hydrogen would be released from sulphuric acid. Magnesium + Sulfuric Acid --> Magnesium Sulphate + Hydrogen

When they are mixed, a displacement chemical reaction occurs in which Magnesium replaces hydrogen from sulphuric acid forming magnesium sulphate ang giving out hydrogen.

they will form a magnesium salt and hydrogen gas

Hydrogen and Magnesium Chloride as a by-product.

If you react Magnesium (Mg) with hydrochloric acid (HCL) you get magnesium chloride (MgCl2) and hydrogen (2H). Magnesium+hydrochloric acid=magnesium chloride+hydrogen. Mg+HCL=MgCl2+2H

a magnesium salt of the acid, and hydrogen gas - water is already present.

The reactants are the acid and the metal but the products of this would be a salt and hydrogen.e.g.Hydrochloric + Magnesium > Magnesium + HydrogenAcid ChlorideAcid + Metal > Metal Salt + HydrogenI hope this helps

it gives magnesium chloride with the evolution of hydrogen gas

Magnesium Sulphate + Hydrogen gas

Magnesium chloride is formed in solution and hydrogen is released.

You can prepare hydrogen by adding magnesium to hydrochloric acid. hydrochloric acid + magnesium = magnesium chloride + hydrogen.

magnesium + dilute acid=magnesium dilute hydroxide and hydrogen

Well if you put magnesium with hydrochloric acid, the magnesium reacts with it and creates hydrogen and magnesium chloride. Here is the word equation... Magnesium + Hydrochloric acid --> Magnesium chloride + Hydrogen

magnesium + hydrochloric acid -> magnesium chloride + hydrogen

Hydrochloric acid + Magnesium = hydrogen + Magnesium chloride

hydrogen gasmagnesium + sulfuric acid → magnesium sulfate + hydrogen

The reaction produces hydrogen gas as will most reaction between an acid and a metal.

A gas, often hydrogen. For example.H2SO4 + Mg > MgSO4 + H2Sulphuric Acid + Magnesium > Magnesium Sulphate + HydrogenThe Hydrogen is the excess gas

no. the gas given off is carbon dioxide. a metal with acid gives off hydrogen.

Mg+ H2SO4 ---> MgSO4+ H2. So, in words:Magnesium+Sulphuric Acid---> Magnesium Sulphate+ HydrogenMagnesium Sulphate and Hydrogen is your answer

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

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

Magnesium plus hydrochloric acid equals magnesium chloride and hydrogen.

When HCl is added to a magnesium strip, the results would be gaseous hydrogen and magnesium chloride. Magnesium + 2 Hydrochloric acid --> Magnesium chloride + Hydrogen

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