When iron is added to dilute acid the test tube turns hot why it is called chemical change?
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Chemical reaction for iron added to dilute sulfuric acid?
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Chemical equation for iron added to dilute sulfuric acid?
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What is a dilute solution?
A dilute solution is a liquid consisting of a chemical of interest to which has been added water or another solvent to create a mixture in which the chemical of interest is present at much lower concentration than before. Adding more water to a drink is an example of diluting the drink. When so much water is added that the drink tastes really weak, then you have a dilute solution of the drink.