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4.06 - Reactions in Our World Lab ReportTitle: Reactions in Our WorldObjective(s): To compare the nuclear and chemical reactions by observing thechemical makings and understand these reactions.Hypothesis:You will complete your hypotheses using the chart below and the balancedequations from your pre-lab activity. In each row, predict the reaction type/s foreach chemical reaction. Reaction type options are synthesis, decomposition,single displacement, double displacement, acid-base reaction, combustion, andoxidation-reduction. Some reactions can fit more than one type of reaction.Chemical ReactionPrediction of Reaction TypeIron and copper (II) sulfatesolutionI predict the reaction between iron and coppersulfate will yield a single displacementreaction/s.Lead (II) nitrate andpotassium iodide solutionsI predict the reaction between ___lead__ and___nitrate__ will yield a double displacementreaction/s.Magnesium metal andhydrochloric acid solutionI predict the reaction between _magnesiummetal ____ and __hydrochloric acid___ will yielda _single displacment_________ reaction/s.
Electrolysis of waterI predict the reaction between _hydrogen ____and _oxygen____ will yield a___oxidation_______ reaction/s.Burning magnesiumI predict the reaction between __heat___ and__magnemsium___ will yield a____synthesis______ reaction/s.Procedure:Access the virtual lab and complete all sections of the experiments. A summaryof steps has been provided for you. List and explain your controlled variables,independent variable, and dependent variable for this lab.Materials:Quantization of Energy Virtual LabVariables:List your controlled variables, independent variable, and dependent variable foreach experiment in the chart below. Remember, controlled variables are factorsthat remain the same throughout the experiment. An independent (test) variablechanges so that the experimenter can see the effect on other variables. Thedependent (outcome) variable will change in response to the test variable.

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Term
Winter
Professor
DR.RICHARDSON
Tags
Chemical reaction

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