Use the table on the information page to predict if a reaction will occur when Ni(s) and hydrochloric acid(aq) are combined. If a reaction occurs, write a balanced equation for the reaction. Submit Answer Retry Entire Group 9 more group attempts remaining Activity Series of Metals Li к Displace H, from H2O({), steam, or acid Ba Sr Ca Na Mg Al Displace H, from Mn Zn steam or acid Cr Ease of oxidation Fe Ni increases Displace H, from Sn Pb acid Н, Sb Cu Hg Do not displace H2 Ag from H2O({), steam, Pd or acid Pt Au

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Use the table on the information page to predict if a reaction will occur when Ni(s) and hydrochloric acid(aq) are combined. If a reaction occurs, write a balanced equation for the reaction.
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Retry Entire Group
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Use the table on the information page to predict if a reaction will occur when Ni(s) and hydrochloric acid(aq) are combined. If a reaction occurs, write a balanced equation for the reaction. Submit Answer Retry Entire Group 9 more group attempts remaining

Activity Series
of Metals
Li
к
Displace H, from
H2O({), steam,
or acid
Ba
Sr
Ca
Na
Mg
Al
Displace H, from
Mn
Zn
steam or acid
Cr
Ease of
oxidation
Fe
Ni
increases
Displace H, from
Sn
Pb
acid
Н,
Sb
Cu
Hg
Do not displace H2
Ag
from H2O({), steam,
Pd
or acid
Pt
Au

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Activity Series of Metals Li к Displace H, from H2O({), steam, or acid Ba Sr Ca Na Mg Al Displace H, from Mn Zn steam or acid Cr Ease of oxidation Fe Ni increases Displace H, from Sn Pb acid Н, Sb Cu Hg Do not displace H2 Ag from H2O({), steam, Pd or acid Pt Au

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