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What does the rate of bubbles that hydrogen give off during a reaction suggest?

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Tara Stirland Best Answer!

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The rate of bubbles given off can be used as a measure of reactivity - the more hydrogen bubbles given off, the faster the rate of reaction and therefore the more reactive the metal.

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