Chemical Reaction's

SYNTHESIS

a. DEFINITION:

the production of chemical compounds by reaction from simpler materials.

b. SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION

A+B>AB

c. EXAMPLE: CHEMICAL REACTION

2h2+02>2H20

d. APPLICATION/REAL-LIFE EXAMPLE

Sodium and Chlorine

DECOMPOSITION

a. DEFINITION:

The state or process of rotting; decay.

b. SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION

AB>A+B

c. EXAMPLE: CHEMICAL REACTION

2H2+02>2H20

d. APPLICATION/REAL-LIFE EXAMPLE

Dead body Rot or fruit left for a while

SINGLE-REPLACEMENT

a. DEFINITION:

single-replacement reaction, is a type of chemical reaction where an element reacts with a compound and takes the place of another element in that compound.

b. SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION

A+B>AC+B

c. EXAMPLE: CHEMICAL REACTION

AGN03(aq)+Cu(s)>?

d. APPLICATION/REAL-LIFE EXAMPLE

Baking soda

DOUBLE-REPLACEMENT

a. DEFINITION:

double replacement reaction or metathesis, is a type of chemical reaction where two compounds react, and the positive ions (cation) and the negative ions (anion) of the two reactants switch places, forming two new compounds or products

b. SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION

AB+CD>CB+AD

c. EXAMPLE: CHEMICAL REACTION

AB+CD>AD+BC

d. APPLICATION/REAL-LIFE EXAMPLE

A non metal replaced with a metal

COMBUSTION

a. DEFINITION:

The process of burning something.

b. SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION

C5H12+02>C02+H20

c. EXAMPLE: CHEMICAL REACTION

CH4+2O2>CO2+2H2O

d. APPLICATION/REAL-LIFE EXAMPLE

Something burning.

HYDROLYSIS

a. DEFINITION:

The chemical breakdown of a compound due to reaction with water.

b. SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION

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c. EXAMPLE: CHEMICAL REACTION

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d. APPLICATION/REAL-LIFE EXAMPLE

Sodium acetate is a type of salt. When water is added to sodium acetate, the chemical bonds break down, causing it to separate into sodium ions and acetate ions. Then acetate ions in the water then combine with hydrogen atoms to create an acid called acetic acid.

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