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Calcium reacting with hydrochloric acid. Calcium is a reactive metal, and the reaction is vigorous. The reaction leads to the formation of calcium chloride and hydrogen, which bubbles off as a gas. For a selection of metals in hydrochloric acid showing their respective reactions, see images A500/621-626.
Model release not required. Property release not required.