Copper does not react with dilute Sulphuric acid.
Sulfuric acid react with copper.
copper does not react with sulfuric acid.
Concentrated sulfuric acid might, but dilute sulfuric acid does not corrode copper.
Magnesium forms Magnesium suphate and hydrogen gas when reacts with dilute sulphuric acid, Mg + H2SO4 -----> MgSO4 + H2
no reaction will take place because copper does not react with dilute sulphuric acid, it will only react with hot and concentrated sulphuric acid.
FeSO4 and Hydrogen sulphide
No, as copper is below Hydrogen in the reactivity series
'You will get copper sulfate and hydrogen gas. Cu(SO4) + H2 ^This answer is incorrect, copper does not react with dilute sulphuric acid, as it does not displace the hydrogen (H2) from Sulphuric acid. This is because Hydrogen is more reactive than copper.
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Hydrogen gas is liberated along with the formation of copper sulphate.
Copper doesn't react to dilute sulphuric acid.
What is the colour of the solution formed when copper oxide is dissolved in dilute sulphuric acid? it turns blue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
copper II carbonate = CuCo3(s) dilute sulfuric acid = H2SO4(aq) Also note that the rxn between these two reactants produces CuSO4, CO2, and H2O
Concentrated sulfuric acid will react with copper giving sulfur dioxide and copper inns. Dilute acid doesn't show any reaction as copper metal cannot displace electrons from hydrogen.
depends on the concentration. for example, dilute sulfuric acid does not react with copper, however when it is concentrated it will oxidize copper to copper sulfate being itself reduced to sulfur dioxide.
Probably nothing: Hydrogen is higher than copper in the electromotive series, so that copper can not displace hydrogen from its compounds,
When dilute sulfuric acid reacts with copper(II) carbonate, blue copper(II) sulfate solution is produced.
It depends, if the susexphuri acid is of a high concentration and is hot, then the copper plate will react and dissolve. sex though it is not a strongly oxidizing acid, hot concentrated sulfuric acid is a strong enough oxidizing agent to dissolve copper.
coz when we dilute zinc granules are reacted with dilute HCl (hydrochloric acid), zinc chloride i.e. ZnCl2 is formed along with the evolution of hydrogen gas H2. the presence of hydrogen gas can be tested by bringing a naked flame to the mouth of the test tube. Hydrogen gas burns with a pop sound.
zinc sulfate is formed H2 gas is evolved
copper.It makes a bluish green solution copper sulfide.
It will react with a dilute sulfuric acid solution. It will also react with pure water though.
It depends on how diluted the dilute sulphuric acid is (i.e. its concentration).
Hydrogen is an element that is too dangerous to add to dilute sulfuric acid.
Concentrated sulfuric acid has sulfuric acid molecules where dilute sulfuric acid has sulfate ions and hydrogen ions. Water in the diluted solution acts as the ionization medium.