Copper displaces Hydrogen. But why is it placed below hydrogen in reactivity series?

Asked by arjpvc | 20th Sep, 2010, 09:42: PM

Expert Answer:

 

Copper can't displace hydrogen from acids, but it does react with acids like nitric and sulfuric because they can act as oxidizing agents

Answered by  | 20th Sep, 2010, 10:27: PM

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