Added by Sam Holyman on Dec 15, 2008
This model shows that a magnesium ribbon can react with hydrochloric acid to make hydrogen gas. This gas is collected under displacement and then tested by seeing its reaction with a lighted splint.
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- about examples of displacement reactions
- about the test for hydrogen with a lit splint
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