Do All Metals React with Acids?

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All metals do not react with acids. Those that react with acid are those above hydrogen and they normally produce hydrogen gas during the reaction. Example of common metals that do not react with acids are copper, silver, platinum as well as gold.
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Although the answer is 4) Carbonic acid. But, reactivity of metals is must. Like copper does not react with any of these acids!
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