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Chemical Reactions I

Chem I reaction sentances

Metal oxide and nonmetal oxide form a... salt
Metal oxide and water form a... hydroxide
Nonmetal oxide and water form an... acid
Metal carbonates decompose to form a... metal chloride and carbon dioxide
Metal chlorates decompose to form a... metal chloride and oxygen
Acids decompose to form a... nonmetal oxide and water
Hydroxides decompose to form... a metal oxide and water
Metal replaces a... less active metal
Halogen replaces a... less active halogen
metal replaces hydrogen in water to form a... hydroxide plus hydrogen
Metal replaces hydrogenin an acid to form a... salt plus hydrogen
acid plus base yields... salt and water
hydrocarbons plus oxygen (burned in air) yield... carbon dioxide and water
Binary compounds (without carbon) plus oxygen (burned in air) yield... two oxides
Created by: rubyqueen808