What Does Zinc React with?

Answer

When metallic zinc, in its elemental form, is introduced to an acid, a chemical reaction occurs. For instance, zinc reacts with hydrochloric acid to produce hydrogen and the compound zinc chloride. Zinc is a highly reactive metal as not all metals can react with hydrochloric acid.
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