Unformatted text preview: HCl. The most reactive solution was the Copper solution and the least reactive solution was the Magnesium. The most reactive metal was Magnesium and the least reactive was Copper. This seems correct because when its ionized form is most reactive, its metal form should almost not react at all which was displayed in this experiment. Within the lab, metal was dropped in the wrong solution so we had to redo that reaction over again. Other than that one mix up, the experiment was relatively smooth and clean. The best metal to use for can production would be Magnesium because it was the least reactive out of all the metals and would not have any contamination into the liquid that it was carrying....
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- Spring '11