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What Gas Is Formed When Iron Reacts with Vinegar?

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The gas that is formed when iron reacts with vinegar is hydrogen gas. Generally, it is known that when a metal reacts with a salt, hydrogen gas is given. This is because the metal is oxidised while the salt is reduced yielding a gas.
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Acid + metal = salt + hydrogen In this case a very slow reaction as vinegar (ethanoic or acetic acid) is a weak acid would be like this: Vinegar + iron = iron ethanoate( or iron acetate
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Carbon Dioxide. CO2.
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