Reaction of zinc with hydrochloric acid

Reaction of zinc with hydrochloric acid

The dissolution of zinc in hydrochloric acid produces hydrogen gas.

Chemistry

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zinc, hydrochloric acid, reaction, chemical, redox reaction, reduction, oxidation, gain of electron, loss of electron, electron exchange, metal, metal lattice, hydrogen molecule, gas formation, hydrogen generation, heavy metal, inorganic chemistry, chemistry

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