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What does an acid and metal equal?

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Answered 2013-07-09 21:16:10

In a typical case an acid and a metal will react to form hydrogen gas and a salt. The salt formed depends on what acid and what metal is used.

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No, an acid and a metal will usually produce a salt and hydrogen.

Strong acid + metal acetate --> acetic acid (weak acid) + metal salt (of the strong acid)


Metal Hydroxide + Acid = Metal Salt + Water

acid + metal oxide -> metal salt + water

Metal + Acid = Salt + Hydrogen Any metal that reacts with hydrochloric acid will form a metal chloride salt and hydrogen Sodium metal and hydrochloric acid

Acid + metal ---- salt + hydrogen

Acid + Metal = Salt + Hydrogen

What is produced when a acid reacts with a metal

Acid doesn't melt metal it oxidizes (corrodes) it. What acid you need depends on the metal. Though a strong acid such as sulfuric acid or hydrochloric acid will usually work.

metal + acid -> salt + water metal + oxygen -> metal oxide metal oxide + acid -> salt + water metal + water -> metal hydroxide + hydrogen Metal + Steam -> Metal Oxide + Hydrogen Metal + Acid -> Metal salt + Hydrogen

The metal: sodium. The acid: hydrochloric acid.

Metal Gear Acid happened in 2004.

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

The answer is during a metal reaction to acid, it makes salt and hydrogen. Another way is Acid + Metal > Metal Salt + Hydrogen

metal + acid >>> metal salt + hydrogen this is what i was taught anyway ;D

metal carbonate+acid --> metal+salt+water+carbohushluh

metal + acid -> Salt + Hydrogen (the metal being potassium) (the acid being hydrochloric acid)

pH 7 Neutral. Water is amphoteric; it is BOTH acid and alkali together in equal concentrations. Like equal and opposite forces that push left & right so that the object being pushed doesn't move. Water as an acid. Add sodium metal to water and the sodium fizzes about evolving hydrogen gas. Acid + Metal = Salt + Hydrogen.

because if the metal combine in a acid the acid cam explode.

The metal and the acid are the reactants. A metal salt and usually hydrogen gas are the products.

When a metal is added to an acid, a reaction occurs in which the metal dissolves in the acid. The final products of this reaction is hydrogen gas and a salt.

The exact reaction depends on the specific acid and metal, but usually an acid will react with a metal to produce a corresponding salt and hydrogen gas.

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