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Unformatted text preview: product of these reactions and write the balanced chemical equation. Include phases. a. Solid magnesium reacts with aqueous lead(II) bromide to form solid lead metal and an aqueous substance. b. When aqueous solutions of potassium bromide and sulfuric acid (H 2 SO 4 ) are combined, aqueous hydrogen bromide and another aqueous substance are formed. 3. By referring to the table below of the activity series of common metals, indicate whether each one of the following metals will be able to displace the H atom from HCl ( aq ) as H 2 gas. Pt yes no Pb yes no K yes no Au yes no Symbol Sample Activity K Potassium Most Active Na Sodium Ca Calcium Mg Magnesium Al Aluminum Zn Zinc Fe Iron Pb Lead H 2 Hydrogen Cu Copper Hg Mercury Ag Silver Pt Platinum Au Gold Least active...
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- Fall '11
- Reaction, Chemical reaction, Chemical element, Hydrogen chloride