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2009-11-07 09:59:06
2009-11-07 09:59:06

Hydrogen gas is formed when magnesium reacts with dilute sulphuric acid.


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Magnesium forms Magnesium suphate and hydrogen gas when reacts with dilute sulphuric acid, Mg + H2SO4 -----> MgSO4 + H2

Sure, it will. Magnesium is a very active metal and reacts with all acids to liberate hydrogen gas.

magnesium reacts with dilute nitric acid to give magnesium nitrate and hydrogen gas.

Silver doesn't react with dilute sulphuric acid.

In the reaction between zinc and dilute sulphuric acid, zinc sulphate, a salt, is formed, hydrogen gas is produced, and there is a rise in temperature.

Yes. It reacts to give aluminium sulfate and hydrogen gas.

Magnesium reacts with oxygen to form magnesium oxide (MgO).

magnesium hydroxide is formed! MgOH is formed

When magnesium reacts with hydrochloric acid, hydrogen bubbles are produced and magnesium chloride is formed.

Hydrogen gas is evolved from this reaction.

Magnesium Oxide Reacts With Sulfur Trioxide added: Magnesium sulfate is formed: MgO + SO3 --> MgSO4

Calcium Sulphate is formed when calcium hydroxide reacts with sulphuric acid

bec. magnesium oxide is formed which is lighter

it is magnesium sulphate that should answer your question.

Zn + H2SO4 --> ZnSO4 + H2Zinc + Sulfuric acid --> Zinc Sulfate + Hydrogen

Hydrogen gas is liberated along with the formation of copper sulphate.

It doesn't. Magnesium reacts faster with Sulfuric acid than Calcium does.

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