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Why doesn't copper dissolve in hydrochloric acid? - Ask.com

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Copper doesn't dissolve in hydrochloric acid because it does not oxidize easily and has a positive reduction potential, making it fairly unreactive. Copper is also  ...

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Sep 19, 2014 ... Copper Doesn't React with Hydrochloric acid ... hydrogen gas is formed; the metal is dissolved. In order to form hydrogen, protons need to be ...

Why doesn't copper react with hydrochloric acid - Answers.com

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Why doesn't copper react with hydrochloric acid? ... hydrogen and are not affected by non-oxidizing acids, which is why it is not dissolved by hydrochloric acid.

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This also explains why HCl doesn't react directly with Cu metal to form the chloride. ... The direct addition of strong HCl to Copper dissolved in nitric acid will give ...

Lab 8: Single Replacement Reactions - Chemistry Land

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The "crows foot" shaped zinc would eventually dissolve as copper in solution would turn ... It doesn't corrode because it doesn't want to react with other elements. .... So it should be rather reactive when in contact with H<sup>+</sup> ions in the 0.1 M HCl ...

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Jun 22, 2008 ... Copper doesn't react with hydrochloric acid. What he is putting in ... I'm wondering if I can dissolve it using HCl, Hydrochloric acid.. Read more.

GRAY MATTERPretty Penny | Popular Science

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Jul 2, 2007 ... Hydrochloric acid (HCl), known in the hardware store as muriatic acid, ... You can' t do that with acid, because any acid that dissolves copper ... Concentrated muriatic acid is available in most hardware stores, but that doesn't ...

Science project: acid and metal reactions - Finishing

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However, assuming there is a reaction, the acid will dissolve the metal to produce the ... nitric acid and copper, but it doesn't exactly have to do with metals and acids. ... Aluminum plus hydrochloric acid reacts to produce aluminum chloride and ...

Why does copper sulphate induce a kind of rust on a nail? - Finishing

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So zinc will dissolve into the solution and copper will deposit out as metal on the paper clip ... Actually HCl doesn't dissolve copper, it dissolves copper oxides.

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Feb 13, 2008 ... When salts dissolve in water, they seem to "melt away". ... An import clue comes from the fact that the resulting solution conducts electricity while pure water doesn't. ... These copper ions surrounded by a sea of mobile electrons account for the .... However, when the HCl bond breaks, ions are formed.

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Does hydrochloric acid (HCl) react with copper (Cu)? - Quora

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Aug 8, 2015 ... Copper doesn't react with pure dilute HCL for the reasons given. ... like water, dilute hydrochloric acid will usually have a little air dissolved in it.

Dissolving copper in nitric acid - Exhibition chemistry - EiC Nov 2011

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A spectacular reaction with copper and nitric acid - click the image to see the ... students perform experiments which show them that copper doesn't react with acid. ... done lower down the school adding metal strips to dilute hydrochloric acid, ...

Sciencemadness Discussion Board - Zinc in brass does not react ...

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I thought I could dissolve the zinc out of a brass coin with an acid, but it did not work. ... zinc on the surface will dissolve, leaving just copper exposed to the HCl. ... Having it progress to the point of dealloying doesn't seem to ...