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chemical reactions

chemical reactions and equations

QuestionAnswer
reactants the starting substances in a chemical reaction
products ending substances in a chemical reaction
diatomic gases HOFBrINCl Hydrogen Oxygen Fluorine Bromine Iodine Nitrogen Chlorine
element+element--> compound
metal+oxygen--> metallic oxide (basic anhydride, or base without hydrogen)
nonmetal+oxygen--> non-metallic oxide (acidic anhydride) (carbon diOXIDE, sulphur diOXIDE)
metallic oxide(basic anhydride)+water--> base (write water as HOH)
nonmetallic oxide+water--> acid
metallic carbonate--> metallic oxides + carbon dioxide
metallic carbonate exception ammonium carbonate decomposes into ammonia, carbon trioxide and water
metallic chlorate--> metallic chloride + oxygen
metallic hydroxide (base)--> metallic oxide (basic anydride) + water
metallic hydroxide NO REACTION sodium hydroxide (NaOH) potassium hydroxide (KOH)
acids--> non-metallic oxide (like sulphur diOXIDE, carbon diOXIDE) + water
metallic oxide--> metal + oxygen
compound--> elements
single replacement metal in compound, hydrogen in water, hydrogen in acid, halogen replacing
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