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There are 3 metals that react with acid to produce hydrogen. They are Zinc, Iron, and Magnesium.

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Yes. When most metals react with dilute hydrochloric acid, metal chloride and hydrogen gas are the products. In the case of calcium, calcium chloride and hydrogen gas are produced.


Many metals react with acid to liberate hydrogen, and form metal ions. The metal is oxidised.


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By definition metals above hydrogen should react with acids to produce hydrogen and a metal salt when mixed, but carbonic acid is a weak acid and it won't react as much like sulfuric acid.


No, inert metals as Gold, Platinum and Palladium do not react with hydrochloric acid.


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Hydrogen gas is liberated when metals react with acid. The explanation lies in the fact that the the presence of hydrogen in a substance makes it acidic. so, every acid will contain Hydrogen. When metals reach with an acid, they form their respective salts according to the acid and always liberate hydrogen from that acid. If the acid is H2SO4, then the salt will sulfate of whichever metal reacts with the acid. If the acid is HCl, then the product would be metal chloride.


Lots of metals will react with dilute hydrochloric acid; anything above hydrogen in the activity series should do so.


Nitric acid is a strong oxidizing agent and its molecule is unstable as compare to nitrogen oxides, on reacting with metals it gives hydrogen and oxygen both so water is produced instead of hydrogen.


I only know 3 metals that react with acids to produce hydrogen. They are Zinc, iron and magnesium. There are 3 acids which react with them: and It will produce hydrogen gas which is the lightest known gas and is flammable :)


Hydrogen gas is given off when acid react


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Yes, tin will react with sulphuric acid as it is reactive enough. Metals which are higher than hydrogen in the reactivity series will react with sulphuric acid.


all those metals which are present below Hydrogen in the reactivity series like Ag , Cu , Au , Pt ,etc. ^^ He is incorrect. All metals, one or another, will react with some acids to produce Hydrogen Gas. -He mentioned Copper and Silver. Silver and Copper will react with Nitric Acid giving off Hydrogen and NitroDioxide Gas. He mentioned Gold and Platinum. Gold and Platinum will react with Aqua Regia (A mixture of Hydrogen Chloride and Nitric Acid) giving off Nitric Oxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, and Hydrogen gas. All metals will react with FluoroAntimonic Acid, Xenic Acid, or any other super acid to give off hydrogen gas and other gases as well.


Usually, though it depends on the specific acid and metal.


The acid may react which the metal to form a salt and release hydrogen gas.


No. acids and metals react to give off hydrogen.


Many metals react with an acid to form hydrogen. A common chemistry lab activity is to react zinc metal with hydrochloric acid to create hydrogen gas and aqueous zinc chloride.


An acid reacts with metal to produce hydrogen gas.





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