06 Notes - Classifying Reactions II

06 Notes - Classifying Reactions II - AD + BC Practice:...

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Pluchino – Regents Chemistry Atoms, Formuals & Reactions – 06 Classifying Reactions II Aim: How are reactions classified? (cont’d) Do Now: Think back to the acid and metal reaction (HCl + Zn). What was the gas that had been produced? Single Replacement: one element replaces another to form a new compound – must replace a similar kind of element! AB + C AC + B Double Replacement: the metals switch places to form two new compounds. AB + CD
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Unformatted text preview: AD + BC Practice: Classify the reaction and balance the chemical equation. 1. ___ H 3 AsO 4 ___ As 2 O 5 + ___ H 2 O 2. ___ FeCl 3 + ___ NH 4 OH ___ Fe(OH) 3 + ___ NH 4 Cl 3. ___ Al + ___ FeO ___ Al 2 O 3 + ___ Fe 4. ___ Li 2 O + ___ H 2 O ___ LiOH Conclusions: In a single replacement reaction, one element is replaced by a similar element In a double replacement reaction, the metals of each compound switch places...
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This note was uploaded on 01/01/2012 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Donahue during the Spring '11 term at Long Island U..

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