Copper Oxide reacts with Sulphuric acid to form Copper Sulphate and Water.
Cu does not reacts with dilute sulphuric acid but concentrated sulphuric acid reacts with copper inpresence of oxygen and heat here last two factors are responsible for the reaction of copper.
in my point of view cooper does not react with sulphuric acid unless the sulphuric acid is not diluted. it is because diluted sulphuric acid has tendency to give more h+ ions.
it is because hydrogen gas usually liberates when an acid reacts with metal
Nickel forms Hydrogen gas when reacts with dilute acid.
Hydrogen gas is formed when magnesium reacts with dilute sulphuric acid.
Silver doesn't react with dilute sulphuric acid.
A metal (below hydrogen in E.C.S.) as Zinc reacts with dilute sulphuric acid and produces hydrogen gas.
zincsulphate and water is produced
metals reacts with dil.acid to form metal salt and hydrogen gas releases . eg - copper + dil. sulphuric acid = copper sulphate + hydrogen gas
what happen when sodium hydrogen carbonate reacts with dilute h2so4
The copper disintegrates and gives off noxious fumes.
None of them act violently with water, but the answer is Iron because Copper only reacts with dilute acids.
Copper sulphate is a compound. Copper is the metal, there is no such metal as copper sulphate. Copper sulphate is generally formed when copper reacts with sulphuric acid.
Yes, Copper oxide does fizz when it reacts with Sulphuric Acid
When dilute sulfuric acid reacts with copper(II) carbonate, blue copper(II) sulfate solution is produced.
Hydrogen gas is liberated along with the formation of copper sulphate.
Magnesium forms Magnesium suphate and hydrogen gas when reacts with dilute sulphuric acid, Mg + H2SO4 -----> MgSO4 + H2
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.
Let's see! CuO + H2SO4 --> CuSO4 + H2O ======================== This reaction is what I think would theoretically happen here; a salt, copper sulfate, and water produced.
Yes, it reacts and forms ferrous sulphate and hydrogen gas is evolved. The reaction is:- Fe(s) + dil. H2SO4(aq.) ------> FeSO4 + H2(g)
Lead reacts very slowly with dilute sulphuric acid to give lead sulphate and hydrogen gas.Pb(s) + H2SO4 (aq) -> PbSO4(aq) + H2(g)
If sulphuric acid reacts with iron iron sulphate is formed. FeSO4
Depending on the acid, different things happen. With sulphuric acid: Cu + H2SO4 ----> CuSO4 + H2So, Copper Sulphate and Hydrogen With hydrochloric acid: Cu + HCl ----> CuCl2 + H2So, Copper Chloride and Hydrogen In general, a metal + an acid ----> a base and hydrogen gas.
The salts of sulfuric acid are named sulfates.