Subject: Would Cu replace Sn when Sn cans are placed in acidic Cu solutions?
Date: Sun May 23 22:13:29 1999
Posted by Monica
Grade level: 10-12
School: Bonanza HS
City: Las Vegas State/Province: NV
Area of science: Chemistry
In a deser, a prospector discovers an acidic underground stream
that has high concentration of copper ions. He decides to make
money by placing 'worthless' tin cans in the stream so the
copper will replace the tin. Is his strategy sound? Why or why
Re: Would Cu replace Sn when Sn cans are placed in acidic Cu solutions?
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