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What Metal Does Not React With Dilute Hydrochloric Acid?

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Its copper as it is less reactive than hydrogen and a less reactive metal can't displace the higher reactive metal from its chloride
and all other are more reactive than hydrogen
magnesium reacts with hydrogen chloride to form magnesium chloride and displaces hydrogen
aluminium forms aluminium chloride and displaces hydrogen and
iron reacts to form ferric chloride
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Copper
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Copper, gold silver do not react with hydrochloric acid as hydrogen is more reactive than the tree above mentioned metals and hence cannot displace hydrogen from hcl
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Its copper
for a metal to react with an acid it has to be more reactive than it, and copper isn't, but the other three metals are
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Cu does not react with HCl.
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It's copper.

Magnesium reacts to form Magenium chloride, Iron reacts to form FeCl3, and aluminium reacts to form aluminium chloride.

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