Bronze is a solid solution of Cu(s) and Sn(s); solutions of metals
like this that are solids are called alloys. There is a range
of compositions over which the solution is considered a
bronze. Bronzes are stronger and harder than either copper or
tin alone. (c) Suggest a reaction
that you could do to remove all the tin from this bronze
to leave a pure copper sample. Justify your reasoning.
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