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Classifying ReactionsDay 1Observations:Part I: Reaction between iron and oxygenAppearance of steel wool after 20 minutes -Was very rusty looking and changed colors.Part II: Decomposition of hydrogen peroxideAppearance of potato and hydrogen peroxide combination -Started to bubble up and was Foamy.Alsokinda look like sand.Day 2Observations:Part III: Reaction between zinc and acetic acidAppearance of penny in vinegar after 30 minutes -Bubbles & Zinc changed from silver to black.Part IV: Reaction between baking soda and vinegarDescription of what happened when the baking soda and vinegar were combined -Fizzed up like soda.Questions and conclusions:Part I: Reaction between iron and oxygen1.Write a balanced equation for the reaction between iron and oxygenFe +3O2 →2Fe2O1.Classify the reaction that occurred between the iron and oxygen. Apply this reaction to a real-world situation.Oxidation.3

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