I had the same quesiton on a worksheet in my Chemistry class .... "Which metal reacts quickly with when water when it is finely powdered?" The answer is Magnesium .
There isn't a "chemical formula" because they're not a single compound. A sparkler is basically finely powdered metal in a hardened paste of something that will burn packed around a thin metal wire.
What is produced when a acid reacts with a metal
It is a metal in powdered form.
When sulfur reacts with a metal, a metal sulfide salt is usually formed.
Ferrous metals such as iron will quickly go rusty by reacting with air and water.
when metal reacts with acid, it undergoes mettalation reaction and forms metal oxides.
oxides are formed when a element reacts with Oxygen
Metals in the reactivity series from aluminium to copper react with oxygen in the air to form the metal oxide. Aluminium and Zinc reacts very quickly, Iron reacts slowly at room temperature. Tin, Lead and Copper reacts with Oxygen in air when heated. Silver, Gold and Platinum do not react with Oxygen in air
Either powdered magnesium metal or powdered aluminum metal, or a mix of both.
What is the mass of aluminum metal that reacts to give 11.1g of manganese metal?
Hydrogen is produced when a metal reacts with an acid.
When an acid reacts with a metal it produces a salt and hydrogen gas.
When a metal oxide reacts with an acid a slat and water are formed.
Any metal that reacts with oxygen will produce a metal oxide. For example, magnesium reacts with oxygen to produce magnesium oxide, and zinc reacts with oxygen to produce zinc oxide. It is helpful to know the general word equation: metal + oxygen -> metal oxide
Magnesium is the metal which reacts with oxygen to form magnesium oxide.
Hydrogen gas is given out when sodium hydroxide reacts with a metal.
A metal that reacts with another metal would be a metal, not a nonmetal. Metals don't generally chemically react with one another, but they can be made to form metal mixtures called alloys.
Metal + non metal = ionic compound
An ionic compound is formed
A metal salt and hydrogen
The result of this reaction is the salt of the metal.
Once a powdered metal has sintered, it is not possible to return it to the powdered metal state without grinding, or perhaps applying high energy ultrasonics.
Sodium loses one electron when it reacts with a nonmetal.
Beryllium is the only alkaline metal that reacts to oxygen but not to water. The hydrogen in water stabilizes the reaction.
False. When a metal reacts with a nonmetal an ionic bond is formed.