Malachite is mostly contained of Copper carbonate, which is why its green in colour. It dissolves in sulfuric acid to give Copper sulfate, Carbon dioxide and Water.
CuCO3 + H2SO4 ----> CuSO4 + H2O + CO2
Sulphuric acid is used with malachite to separate the copper and the sand. This is because the copper dissolves into the solution where as the sand remains.
pure sulphuric acid was dissolved in water
They react to form sulphuric acid. 2 SO2 + 2 H2O + O2 → 2 H2SO4
Copper doesn't react to dilute sulphuric acid.
Because dilute means that it is dissolved in water, and when an acid is dissolved in water, it ionizes, to give H+ and (X-) ions which are more capable of conducting electric current.
If sulphuric acid reacts with iron iron sulphate is formed. FeSO4
Sulphuric is a a strong acid. It forms ammonium sulphate react with ammonia.
sulphuric acid reacts with sodium hydroxide to form sodium sulphate and water.
Acid rain is basically Sulphuric acid and Sulfurous acid dissolved in rain water.
Don't try this, under any circumstances. Sulphuric acid is a very strong acid, and will cause great damage.
The product is Disulphuric acid. Its other name are Pyrosulfuric acid, Fuming sulphuric acid and Oleum. Its formula is H2S2O7 . Its salts are called Disulphates and contain the S2O7-2 anions. It decomposes in water to produce Sulphuric acid.Sulphuric acid + Sulphur trioxide ----> Disulphuric acidH2SO4 + SO3 ----> H2S2O7 (already balanced equation)
What is the colour of the solution formed when copper oxide is dissolved in dilute sulphuric acid? it turns blue!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sulfuric acid doesn't react with sulfur.
all acidic compounds like hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid etc.
diluted sulphuric acid
when we add water n sulphuric acid then dilute sulphuric acid is formed. But we have to mix concentrated acid to water not water to acid otherwise the container in which u r mixing may explode because this reaction is highly exothermic.
H2so4------------2h+ + (so4)2-
Copper does not react with dilute Sulphuric acid.
Sulfuric acid react with copper.
gives, ZnSo4 +H2
You will ruin the battery.
no reaction will take place because copper does not react with dilute sulphuric acid, it will only react with hot and concentrated sulphuric acid.
Sulphuric acid - H2SO4 - is a strong acid.
sulphuric acid of course.
No, sulphuric acid is not found in vinegar.