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When an acid and a metal react, a salt + water is formed.

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When a metal reacts with hydrochloric acid it forms the corresponding metal chloride.

When magnesium reacts with hydrochloric acid, hydrogen bubbles are produced and magnesium chloride is formed.

metal + acid -> Salt + Hydrogen (the metal being potassium) (the acid being hydrochloric acid)

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hydrochloric acid reacts with zinc metal to produce zinc chloride and hydrogen gas

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yes, with the formation of zinc chloride - ZnCl2.

hydrochloric acid reacts with iron when it starts bubbling , magnesium reacts more though .

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either potassium, sodium, zinc, iron or copper !

Lead is slowly dissolved in diluted hydrochloric acid and lead chloride is formed.