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reaction when substances are combined and something occurs; bubble, smell, change color, burns...
synthesis type of reaction that combines 2 or more into one new compound
decomposition type of reaction that separates one compound into separate parts
single replacement type of reaction that recombines to have an uncombined element before the reaction and a different one uncombined after the reaction
double replacement reaction that when it occurs totally recombines 2+ elements and compounds
reactant substances/elements that go INTO the reaction
product substances/elements that come OUT of the reaction
law of conservation of mass states that the mass of the reactants will be EQUAL to the mass of the products in a reaction, but may be in different combinations
law of conservation of matter states that the number and type of reactant atoms will be equal to that of the products, though in different combination
chemical equation representation of a chemical reaction showing the type of number of elements and compounds before and after tha reaction
Created by: jparsons