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Chemical Reactions

Review of the parts of a chemical reaction

QuestionAnswer
starting material in a chemical reaction reactants
ending material in a chemical reaction products
speeds up chemical reactions catalyst
symbol that means heat has been added to reaction triangle
AB --> A + B decomposition
A + B --> AB combination (synthesis)
AB + CD --> AD + CB double replacement
numbers never changed to balance a chemical equation subscripts
numbers that are added to balance a chemical equation coefficients
these are always conserved in every chemical reaction # of atoms and molar mass
chemical equation that does not have equal # of atoms on both sides skeleton equation
chemical equation that does have equal # of atoms on both sides balanced equation
most reactive metal (element) Li
most reactive halogen (element) F
bubbles form, transfer of energy, color change, precipitate forms clues of chemical change
CO2 + H2O products of a combustion reaction
used to determine the reactivity of metals activity series
group used to determine the reactivity of nonmetals halogens
means yields ; shows that chemical reaction is NOT reversible single arrow
CxHy + O2 reactants of a combustion reaction
reactants of a single replacement reaction 1 element + 1 ionic compound
reactants and products of a double replacement reaction 2 ionic compounds
Single replacement reactions happen this % of the time 50%
Double replacement reactions happen this % of the time 100%
solid made from mixing liquids precipitate
ions that do not participate in a double replacement reaction (dissolve) spectator
ability to dissolve in water solubility
means it will NOT dissolve in water insoluble
means yields ; shows that chemical reaction is reversible double arrows
happens when products and reactants are formed at same rate equilibrium
Created by: cadetjt