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Review of single and double replacement reactions

Name a reactant in this weeks lab. (most caution needed) HCl (hydrochloric acid)
Solid made from mixing liquids precipitate
Most reactive metal Li
Most reactive halogen F
Reactants are an element and ionic compound single replacement reaction
Reactants are 2 ionic compounds double replacement reaction
Least reactive metal Ag
Least reactive halogen At
Single replacement reactions happen this % of the time 50%
Double replacement reactions happen this % of the time 100%
A + AB --> CB + A (sometimes) single replacement reaction
AB + CD --> AD + CB double replacement reaction
means dissolves completely in water soluble
means does not dissolve in water insoluble
name of ions that do not participate in double replacement reactions (will dissolve) spectator
Use this list to compare metal vs. metal activity series
use this list to compare nonmetal vs nonmetal halogens (7A)
molar mass of CO2 44 grams
molar mass of CO3 60 grams
formula written in the lowest whole # ratio of atoms empirical
formula that tells # and type of atoms (not lowest ratio) molecular
Created by: cadetjt