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How does the product look like when Aluminum is reacted with copper 2 hydroxide?

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How does the product look like when Aluminum is reacted with copper 2 hydroxide?

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Step 1

The insoluble solid formed during a reaction is known as precipitate.

 For example, when silver nitrate (AgNO3) reacts with sodium chloride (NaCl), silver chloride (AgCl) is formed as a precipitate and sodium nitrate(NaNO3) as a side product. The reaction for this is shown as below:

AgNO, NaCAgCl NaNO
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AgNO, NaCAgCl NaNO

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The reaction in which a less reactive metal is displaced by a more reactive metal is known as displacement reaction.

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When aluminum reacts with copper (II) hydroxide then the product formed is al...

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