When you place a Magnesium ribbon into Zinc Sulphate solution the magnesium particle start to disintegrate (break up) ...
Magnesium Sulphate + Magnesium (MgSo4+ Mg)
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A displacement reaction occur involving a metal (magnesium) and a compound(Zinc Sulphate). In this reaction the more reactive metal- magnesium- will displace the less reactive metal zinc but other combination will not react
Displacement reaction Occurring
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A new product will be formed Magnesium Sulphate,ZnSo4 + Mg --> MgSo4 + Zn
Potassium Sulphate + Magnesium( KSo4+ Mg)
When you place a Magnesium ribbon with Magnesium Sulphate...
A displacement reaction occur. Potassium is the most reactive most therefore Potassium will automatically displaces Magnesium from Magnesium Sulphate also the other combination will not react.
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A new product / compound is form and it is called Potassium Sulphate MgSo4 + K --> KSo4 + Mg