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Chemistry - Chp 11 - Chemical Reactions - Study Guide

  1. 1. Name _______________________________________ Date ______________________ Chapter 11 Study Guide• What is a reactant and what is a product in a chemical reaction?• What is the law of conservation of mass?• Be able to describe a chemical reaction in a sentence• Be able to describe a chemical equation in a word equation.• What is an aqueous solution?• What is a catalyst?• Be able to balance equations• Know what all the symbols in equations mean• What is a combination reaction? Be able to predict the products of this type of reaction.• What is a decomposition reaction? Be able to predict the products of this type of reaction.• What is a single replacement reaction? Be able to predict the products of this type of reaction.• What are the rules for the activity series of metals?• What are the rules for the activity series of halogens?
  2. 2. • Use table J to predict whether or not a single replacement reaction will take place or not.• What is a double replacement reaction? Be able to predict the products of this type of reaction.• What is a precipitate?• What are the three types of products that are “driving forces” for double replacement reactions.• What is a combustion reaction? What are the products of this type or reaction?• How do you write a net ionic equation?• Be able to use table F to predict the precipitate formed in a double replacement reaction

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