C2(iii) - Using Ions in Solution 2.

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Acids Reacting With Metals

ACID + METAL -------------> SALT + HYDROGEN.

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Here's a typical experiment:

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MAGNESIUM       ALUMINIUM             ZINC                    IRON              COPPER 

This experiment is where you have test tubes full of dilute acid

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