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BJU Physical Sci 19

BJU Physical Science - Ch 19

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An equation way that represents the identity and the amounts of reactants and products that take part in a chemical reaction. chemical equations
A shorthand way to represent the identity and the relative amounts of elements in a compound. chemical formula
A chemical reaction yielding a single product from several reactants. Also called synthesis reaction and combination reaction. composition reaction
A chemical reaction yielding two or more products from a single reactant. decomposition reactions
A chemical reaction in which two ionic compounds swap cations with each other, usually forming a precipitate compound as one of the products. double-replacement reactions
A reaction that must absorb heat from its surroundings to occur. endothermic reactions
A reaction that liberates heat to its surroundings as it occurs. exothermic reactions
The number of electrons that a bonded atom or ion must gain or lose to return to its neutral state. oxidation numbers
A substance (on the right hand side of the equation) that is produced by a chemical reaction. products
A substance (on the left-hand side of the equation) that undergoes a chemical change. reactants
In this reaction, one element in an existing compound is replaced by another element. single-replacement reactions
A method of naming an ionic compound to indicate the metal's oxidation number when the metal can have more than one common oxidation number. stock system
A change of composition, represented symbolically by a chemical equation. chemical reaction
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