5 Types of Reactions

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Synthesis Reaction

6CO2+6H20---> C6H12O6+6O2

Carbon dioxide, hydrogen, oxygen, and light energy react to produce C6H12O6+6O2.


Photosynthesis occurs all the time in nature. It is the process of converting light energy to chemical energy, and storing it in the bonds of sugar in plants.

Decomposition

2H2O(l)---> 2H29(g)+O2(g)


Water is separated by electrolysis (an electric current to drive a spontaneous reaction), into hydrogen gas, and oxygen gas. This reaction is used in the water cycle, and in nature.

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Real World Examples

In Order:

Synthesis

Decomposition

Single Replacement

Double Replacement

Combustion

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