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Chem Exam Part 2

combination of questions from chemistry test

What is the formula for zinc fluoride? ZnF2
What is the formula for aluminum sulfate? Al2(SO4)3
What is the formula for barium hydroxide? Ba(OH)2
Name the compound Ni(ClO3)2. nickel (II) chlorate
Name the compound Zn3(PO4)2. zinc phosphate
Name the compound KClO3. potassium chlorate
Name the compound Fe(NO3)2. iron (II) nitrate
Name the compound Al2S3 aluminum sulfide
Name the compound CF4. carbon tetrafluoride
Name the compound N2O3. dinitrogen trioxide
What is the formula for silicon dioxide? SiO2
What is the formula for diphosphorus pentoxide? P2O5
The equation AX --> A + X is the general equation for what? decomposition reaction
The equation AX + BY --> AY + BX is the general equation for what? double-replacement reaction
The equation A + X --> AX is the general equation for a what? synthesis reaction
The equation A + BX --> AX + B? single-replacement reaction
When a solid produced by a chemical reaction separates from the solution it is called what? a precipitate
Created by: jorden