copper and hydrolcholoric acid
No. Copper sulfate dissolves in water. That is a physical change.
The iron will react with the copper sulfate, producing iron sulfate and elemental copper.
Copper sulfate turns carbon steel a copper/rust color.
usually it will be copper sulfate as a limiting reagent
= Copper and Ferrous sulfate
it is a chemical change Sodium carbonate + Copper sulfate react to make Sodium sulfate + Copper carbonate
Copper sulfate is soluble in water but doesn't react with water.
Yes. Zinc would displace the copper in the copper sulfate. Zn + CuSO4 -> ZnSO4 + Cu.
Copper sulfate does not react with oxygen
CuSO4 + 2HCl- _> H2SO4 + CuCl2 Copper (II) Sulfate and Hydrochloric Acid react to yield Hydrogen Sulfate and Copper (II) Chloride.
Substances that react together are calledreactants what is made is called the products
Because copper and sulfate are stable, but Aluminum is the more stable option and sulfate would rather bond with Aluminum. Hope this helps.
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Yes, it produces tin sulfate.
Because the neurons in the sulfate react to the electricity to make copper isolated
any metals that are below copper in the reactivity series
Copper sulfate dissolves in water, it does not react.
CuSO4 + Na2CO3 --> CuCO3 + Na2SO4 The copper carbonate precipitates out.
Cu (copper) is a more noble metal than Fe (iron)
Magnesium is more reactive than copper, so it will displace (swap places) with the copper forming magnesium sulphate and copper.