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Magnesium Oxide and Magnesium Carbonate are very different, Magnesium Oxide is Magnesium fused with Oxygen whereas Magnesium Carbonate is Magnesium fused with Carbon and Oxygen. The suffix "ate" means that an oxygen atom is involved. This added element (carbon) means that there will be a slight change in product. The chemical formula for Magnesium carbonate is MgCO3 whereas Magnesium oxide is MgO. See how there are two extra oxygens and one extra carbon? Add them together and you have CO2 and this is your difference. The difference in mixing magnesium oxide with sulfuric acid rather than mixing magnesium carbonate with sulfuric acid is that sulfuric acid and Magnesium carbonate create CO2 whereas Magnesium Oxide and sulfuric acid do not.


it is formed by mixing together and elementing in the process of therformiting



You can produce hydrogen gas by mixing sulfuric acid and magnesium to form hydrogen gas.


It is a chemical change because a new substance is formed.



Yes, the magnesium will react with the acid.


Mixing of conc. sulfuric acid with water


Magnesium nitrate (salt) and water are produced.


when you mix sulphuric acid with magnesium you create a gas called hydrogen.


By mixing hydroxide and sulfuric acid




Magnesium oxide is a salt, but nitric acid isn't, and I don't believe that you would get a salt by mixing these two substances. Perhaps you meant to ask what salt is produced by mixing magnesium hydroxide and nitric acid; in that case you would produce the salt magnesium nitrate.


I am assuming you are mixing Magnesium and Zinc metals with an acid which would produce Hydrogen gas.


Yes. Because there is a chemical change


When mixing conc. sulfuric acid and water, add acid to water and not vice-versa as that releases lot of energy resulting in injuries.


Ba2+(aq) + SO42-(aq) --> BaSO4(s) The other ions, Cu2+ and Cl-, don't react (tribune ions).


Hydrochloric acid is HCL Sulfuric acid is H2SO4 Mixing hydrochloric and sulfuric acid would just result in the sulfuric acid sapping (dehydrating) the hydrochloric acid of its water, releasing a small amount of hydrogen chloride. However, no chemical reaction is taking place.


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Casein is formed when you mix milk and vinegar,


bu mixing iron and cobalt



No, sulphate salts are very stable and can not be converted into acid.


Magnesium reacts with hydrochloric acid according to the equation: Mg (s) + 2 HCl (aq) --> MgCl2 (aq) + H2 (g). So, magnesium chloride and hydrogen gas is the result of mixing magnesium and hydrochloric acid.



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