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yes they do. and magnesium chloride and nitric acid are formed

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Magnesium react easily with hydrochloric acid and magnesium chloride is obtained.


Yes, magnesium does react in hydrochloric acid.


Copper nitrate doesn't react with magnesium nitrate; the solution contain ions of copper, magnesium and nitrate.


Yes it does to form Magnesium Nitrate + Silver.


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Magnesium nitrate and copper would not react, since magnesium is more reactive than copper.



Any metal that is higher than magnesium in the reactivity series will react with magnesium nitrate, this is a displacement reaction.


No, as magnesium is more reactive, and would 'keep' the nitrate.


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The elements that do not react with dilute hydrochloric acid are those in the activity series below H. Those above H will react with it.


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Sodium will react violently with dilute hydrochloric acid.


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no, it wouldn't calcium is above magnesium in the reactivity series which means that magnesium can't oxidize calcium. calcium can oxidize magnesium so calcium would react with magnesium nitrate with formation of metallic magnesium and calciumnitrate.


The sandstone grains will not be affected, but the cementing material between grains could react with dilute hydrochloric acid if it is composed of calcite. Chances are, though, that the cementing material is silicate in nature, and therefore will not react with dilute hydrochloric acid.


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They could, since magnesium is more reactive than iron, and could displace it to form magnesium nitrate.



Yes, the magnesium will react with the acid.



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