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they will form a magnesium salt and hydrogen gas


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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

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

what happens if magnesium ribbions is added in acetic acid

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

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

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

Almost any acid will react with magnesium to produce hydrogen.

The acid reacts with the magnesium carbonate and fizzing occurs. This is carbon dioxide gas being given off. The equation is MgCO3 + 2HCl ----> MgCl2 + CO2 + H2O

Hydrogen and Magnesium Chloride as a by-product.

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

magnesium + dilute acid=magnesium dilute hydroxide and hydrogen

Magnesium react easily with hydrochloric acid and magnesium chloride is obtained.

that depends on what type of acid is mixed.

Magnesium react with acids forming salts.

Magnesium chloride is formed in solution and hydrogen is released.

No reaction occurs when magnesium sulfate is mixed with sodium chloride

The metal will dissolve in the acid to form magnesium acetate and gaseous hydrogen will be evolved.

You get MgSo4 + h2, magnesium sulphate and hydrogen gas.

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