Identify Types Of Chemical Reactions

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Types of Chemical Reactions. Synthesis reactions. Two or more reactants combine to make 1 new product. Decomposition reactions. A single reactant breaks down to form 2 or more products. Single-replacement reactions. Double-replacement reactions. Combustion reactions..

Labs. Do "The Effects of Temperature on Rate", "The Effect of Particle Size on Rate of Reaction", "Effect of Concentration of the Reactants", and "Factors which affect the rate of chemical reactions," experiments, all of which use Alka-Seltzer.."Everything that is faced will not change, but nothing will change unless it is faced." --- James Baldwin Return to ChemTeam Main Menu.We are now going to delve into the heart of chemistry. We learn ways of representing molecules and how molecules react. To do this, we'll even think about "how many" of a molecule we have using a quan.yed a "mole"..Identifying Reaction types and balancing chemical equations. Identify the type of reaction and balance the equation. The number in boldface is the SUM of the coefficients of the correctly balanced equation. .

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    "Everything that is faced will not change, but nothing will change unless it is faced." --- James Baldwin Return to ChemTeam Main Menu.

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    Identifying Reaction types and balancing chemical equations. Identify the type of reaction and balance the equation. The number in boldface is the SUM of the coefficients of the correctly balanced equation. .

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