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Mercury does not reacts with sulphuric acid. This happens because:-


A

mercury is a liquid.

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sulphuric acid is a weak acid.

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C

mercury is more reactive than hydrogen.

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D

mercury is less reactive than hydrogen.

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Solution

The correct option is D

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.


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