Chemical Reaction Rules
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Synthesis of two elements
Synthesis of metallic oxide and carbon dioxide
Synthesis of binary chloride and oxygen
Synthesis of metallic oxide and water
base (OH group)
Synthesis of non-metallic oxide and water
Decomposition of binary compound
Decomposition of carbonate
metallic oxide and carbon dioxide
Decomposition of chlorate
binary compound and oxygen gas
Decomposition of acids/ bases
oxide compound and water
Things that can replace each other in single displacement:
- cation (usually metal)
- anion (usually non-metal, often halogens -- group VII A)
A a metal from what group will react with water to produce what?
- A metal from group I A or II A
- Produces a compound and hydrogen gas
An acid and a base react in a special type of double displacement to produce what?
salt (+/-) and water
Combustion: A compound made of carbon and hyrogen (or carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen) will combine with oxygen gas to produce what?
carbon dioxide and water
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