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Chemical Reactions

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Chemical Change A change that will result in the formation of a new chemical substance
Physical Change A change that alters the physical appearance of a substance, but does not alter the chemical itself
Chemical Property A property that allows the substance to change its chemical makeup
Physical Property A property that requires the 5 senses, such as taste, smell, feel, color
Synthesis Reaction A reaction in which two simple chemicals react to form one, more complex chemical
Decomposition Reaction A reaction where a complex chemical breaks down into its chemical parts
Single Replacement Reaction A reaction where one atom takes the place of another in a single pair
Double Replacement Reaction A reaction where two chemicals swap their parts with each other to form two new chemicals
Created by: jdohertyscience