Chemical Reaction and Equation

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Double Displacement
- AB+CD = AD+BC
- The cations and anions switch
elements
- 2 compounds to start
2 compounds produced
- Nature of the product,
determined by solubility table
Uses
- Rearrangement of atoms
(Chemical Reaction)
- Separates Compounds
- Obeys the Law of Mass Conservation
- Balance Equations
- Types and number of atoms are
the same on each side of the
equation
Evidence
- Color Changes
- Heat/ Light released/ absorbed
- Formation of gas/ precipitate
- Precipitate: does not dissolve,
solid at room temp
Higher Temp, more kinetic energy
DR reaction will occur and will form a solid precipitate, a gas or water.
Synthesis
- A+B= AB
- Combination of 2 reactants,
only one product
A + BX → AX + B
- A and B are different metals
Single Displacement
Occur based on reactivity series
AB=(heat)> A+B
Decomposition
- Breaking down of a compound into its
simple starting reactants (into
elements)
Neutralization Reaction
- Acid+Base= Water+Salt
-The best example is brushing the teeth. The alkaline solution helps in removing the food from the teeth
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