The react to form zinc sterate and water
Zinc oxide doesn't react with stearic acid.
Calcium oxide react with acids forming a salt.
Lead oxide and sulfuric acid react to form lead sulfate and water.
A reaction between an acid and a metal oxide to form a salt and water as the only products.
Aluminium does react with Hydrochloric acid, but, it also reacts with the oxygen in the air to create a coating of aluminium oxide, which is unreactive with acid. If you remove the aluminium oxide layer before putting the aluminium in the acid it will react.
acid + metal oxide -> metal salt + water
Yes copper oxide reacts with hydrochloric acid and it forms a blue green compound.
the ferrous oxide is desolved. and turned in to ferrous hydroxide.
Nothing happens. They don't react.
Acetic acid doesn't react with Fe2O3.
Sulfur oxides react with water to become sulphuric acid.
Dirty pennies are coated with a layer of copper oxide. The acid will react with the copper oxide, dissolving it. Acids used to clean pennies are not strong enough to react with copper itself.
Nitric acid is oxidizing acid. When it reacts with iron it forms a protective layer of iron oxide over it. So it does not react further.
Metals whose surfaces are "passivated" by for example the formation of an insoluble oxide do not react with acid. An example is aluminium which is resistant to dilute acid.
sulphur oxide and nitrogen oxide react with water molecules to form sulphuric acid and nitric acid respectively..
i don't think there is a reaction. i done this experiment today at school, and there wasnt a reaction. hope this helps :)
Yes!Remember this, when a metal oxide reacts with an acid, two things are produced:saltwaterSo.......When cobalt oxide reacts with hydrochloric acid, cobalt chloride and water are formed.
When a base reacts with a non metal oxide, an acid is formed after the reaction.
They react to form salt and water .
Sodium chloride and nitric acid doesn't react.
Gold does not react directly with oxygen, however if you succeed in getting gold oxide indirectly, it decomposes at 205C. The oxide is neither acid nor base however gold ions are acidic (like protons are acidic)
These reactants will produce magnesium sulfate and water. MgO + H2SO4 --> MgSO4 + H2O
Nothing happens. Gold will not react with sulfuric acid.
Acid + Metal = Salt + Hydrogen
Yes, they react tor form water and the corresponding potassium carboxylate salt.