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2008-12-03 22:11:25
2008-12-03 22:11:25

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magnesium + sulfuric acid → magnesium sulfate + hydrogen


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Magnesium will react with sulfuric acid to produce magnesium sulfate.

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The reaction of sulfuric acid and magnesium produces hydrogen gas and magnesium sulphate. The acid attacks the metal, and the balanced equation for the reaction looks like this: Mg + H2SO4 → MgSO4 + H2 gas Sulfuric acid has 2 H+ ions and one SO4 ion. The sulphate ions react with the magnesium to produce magnesium sulphate, and H2 gas is released in the process.

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.

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