The metal which does not form ammonium nitrate by reaction with dilute nitric acid is:
A nitrate which does not produce nitrogen dioxide on heating.
A nitrate which does not leave black residue on heating
Dilute nitric acid is considered as a typical acid but not so in its reaction with metals
A metallic nitate that decripitates on heating
(a) Dilute nitric acid is generally considered a typical acid except for its reaction with metals. In what way is dilute nitric acid different from other acids when it reacts with metals?
(b) Write the equation for the reaction of dilute nitric acid and conc. nitric acid with copper.