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Chemical Reaction

This is a means of reviewing the various types of chemical recations

The substances at the start of a reaction Reactants
The substances at the end of a reaction Products
Process by which one or more substances is converted to new substances Chemical reaction
Supports the Law of Conservation of Mass Balanced Chemical equation
The process of balancing chemical equation Trial and error
Type of reaction that produces a single product Synthesis or Composition reaction
Type of reaction in which there is a single reactant broken down Decomposition reaction
Reaction that moves in both direction Reversible reaction
The meaning of the + sign on the reactant side of a chemical equation reacts with or combine with
Used to represent a chemical reaction chemical equation
The letter designation 's', 'l', and 'g' to reactants and products representing state of matter, means solid, liquid, and gas
Created by: nhdiva