Mercury does not reacts with sulphuric acid. This happens because:-
mercury is a liquid.
sulphuric acid is a weak acid.
mercury is more reactive than hydrogen.
mercury is less reactive than hydrogen.
Mercury is less reactive than hydrogen. So, it is not able to displace hydrogen atoms from the sulphuric acid.
Mercury + sulphuric acid → No reaction. This is because
A metal less reactive and another metal more reactive than hydrogen are (a) aluminium and lead (b) iron and magnesium
(c) copper and tin (d) copper and mercury