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Reaction Types II

CAVA Chem 302 S1U5L5 Types of Reactions II

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Types of reactions include [...]-displacement, [...]-displacement, and [...]-[...] reactions. Types of reactions include single-displacement, double-displacement, and oxidation-reduction reactions.
[...]-displacement reactions are also oxidation-reduction reactions. Single-displacement reactions are also oxidation-reduction reactions.
[...]-displacement reactions are NOT also oxidation-reduction reactions. double-displacement reactions are NOT also oxidation-reduction reactions.
In a single-displacement reaction, the reactants are always one [...] and one [...]. In a single-displacement reaction, the reactants are always one element and one compound.
Single Displacement: [...] -> [...] Single Displacement: AX + B -> A + BX
Metals CAN replace [...] in single- or double-displacement reactions. Metals CAN replace metals in single- or double-displacement reactions.
Metals can NOT replace [...] in single- or double-displacement reactions. Metals can NOT replace non-metals in single- or double-displacement reactions.
Nonmetals can NOT replace [...] in single- or double-displacement reactions. Nonmetals can NOT replace metals in single- or double-displacement reactions.
Nonmetals CAN replace [...] in single- or double-displacement reactions. Nonmetals CAN replace nonmetals in single-displacement reactions.
The [...] level of an element will determine if it is replaced or not. The activity level of an element will determine if it is replaced or not.
[...] active element replace [...] active elements; but not the other way around. More active element replace less active elements; but not the other way around.
[...]-displacement reactions are also oxidation-reduction reactions. Single-displacement reactions are also oxidation-reduction reactions.
In a [...]-displacement reaction, two compounds exchange ions to form two new compounds. In a double-displacement reaction, two compounds exchange ions to form two new compounds.
Double Displacement: [...] -> [...] Double Displacement: AX + BY -> AY + BX
Many reactions involving oxygen are called [...] reactions. Many reactions involving oxygen are called oxidation reactions.
Oxidation means [...] an electron. Oxidation means losing an electron.
Reduction means [...] an electron. Reduction means gaining an electron.
Oxidation and Reduction always happen together because [...]. Oxidation and Reduction always happen together because someone loses the electron and someone else gains it.
The opposite of oxidation is [...]. The opposite of oxidation is reduction.
Oxidation starts with O, which is in the word '[...]'. That's how you can remember that oxidation is when you lose an electron. Oxidation starts with O, which is in the word 'lose'. That's how you can remember that oxidation is when you lose an electron.
When you gain an electron, your charge is [...]. That's how you can remember that reduction is gaining an electron. When you gain an electron, your charge is reduced. That's how you can remember that reduction is gaining an electron.
Oxidation-reduction reactions are called [...] reactions for short. Oxidation-reduction reactions are called redox reactions for short.
Created by: mr.shapard