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Chemical reaction changed into new substances
Reactant substance that reacts
Product new substance that is formed
Chemical equation shorthand method
Coefficient represents the number of units of substance
Balanced chemical equation the same number of atoms of each element on both sides of the equation
Combustion reaction chemical reaction when a substance reacts with oxygen
Synthesis reaction two or more substances combine to form a different substance
Decomposition reaction chemical reaction which one substance breaks down into ( two or more substances)
Single-displacement reaction one element replaces another element in a compound
Double-displacement reaction when two ionic compounds in solution are combined
Precipitate double-displacement reaction
Oxidation loss of electrons
Reduction gain of electrons
Exergonic reaction chemical reaction that (releases) some form of energy such as light or heat
Exothermic reaction chemical reaction in which energy is (given off) in the form of heat
Endergonic reaction chemical reaction that requires energy (input) (heat, light, or electricity) in order to proceed
Endothermic reaction chemical reaction that requires heat energy in order to proceed
Catalyst speeds up a chemical reaction
Inhibitor slows down a chemical reaction
Created by: adajahhoran