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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.

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Metal reacts with acid to form a salt and hydrogen.e.g - Sodium + Hydrochloric Acid forms Sodium Chloride + Hydrogen



combine with something else to form a new substance


It reacts with zinc to form zinc sulfate and hydrogen


That totally depends on with what kind of substance it'll react.Some of the possibilities of a STRONG acid are:(in order of 'reacts with: ' >> 'to form what")metal >> hydrogen gasneutral salt >> nothing happensalkaline >> waterbasic salt >> weaker acidamphoteric substance >> acidic salt or weak acidstarch >> glucoseetc.


Hydrogen. Typically, when a metal reacts with an acid, hydrogen is displaced, the metal binds with the anion portion of the acid to form a salt, and molecular hydrogen is formed from the displaced hydrogen, evolving from the solution.


Hydrogen reacts with fluorine to form hydrogen fluoride. This can also be hydrofluoric acid if some moisture is present.




I'm pretty sure it reacts to form zinc nitrate + hydrogen, but don't take my word for it.


Yeah, 'cause acid can be of any substance in water solution that tastes sour, changes litmus paper colour, reacts with bases and metals to form salts and to yield hydrogen gas respectively.



Metal + Acid = Salt + Hydrogen Any metal that reacts with hydrochloric acid will form a metal chloride salt and hydrogen Sodium metal and hydrochloric acid


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.



Limestone is basically Calcium Carbonate(CaCO3). The metal part(Calcium) is the reactive part in it. It reacts with acids as well as bases. For example, it reacts with Hydrochloric acid to form calcium chloride whereas reacts with Ammonium hydroxide to form Calcium Hydroxide.


Acid (it may be also water that is also an instance of acids)


Yes it reacts to form Iron(II) sulfate and hydrogen gas


The main component of an acid is hydrogens. A hydrogen is binded to another substance (for example: Cl) to form an acid.


Aluminum reacts with hydrochloric acid to form aluminum chloride and hydrogen gas. 2Al(s) + 6HCl(aq) ---> 2AlCl3(aq) + 3H2(g)


Sulfuric acid is considered to be a strong acid. It reacts with bases and alkali to form salts, specifically sulfates and hydrogen sulfates.


The the sodium replaces hydrogen in the acid, producing hydrogen gas and a corresponding sodium salt. For example sodium reacts with hydrochloric acid to produce hydrogen gas and sodium chloride. The reaction also produces large amount of heat. If oxygen is present the heat will ignite the hydrogen, causing it to react with the oxygen to form water.


1. reacts with base to form salt and water (neutralisation) 2. reacts with carbonates to form salt water and carbon dioxide 3. reacts with metals liberating hydrogen gas


metal+ acid = salt + hydrogen thus, zinc(metal) reacts with sulphuric acid(acid) to form zinc sulphate(salt) and hydrogen gas, which occurs with a fizzing.


Hydrogen, sulphur, and oxygen. 2H2 + S2 + 2O2 reacts to form 2H2SO4



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