Single- and Double-Displacement Reactions

Recognize chemical reactions as single-replacement reactions and double-replacement reactions
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Time: 10 minutes
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A chemical reaction in which one element is substituted for another element in a compound

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Will a single-replacement reaction occur?

MgCl2 +I2 → ?

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Will a single-replacement reaction occur?

CaBr2 + F2 → ?

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Will a single-replacement reaction occur?

FeI2 + Cl2 → ?

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A list of elements that will replace elements below them in single-replacement reactions is called

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Missing
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The following equation is true because

FeCl2 + Zn → Fe + ZnCl2

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If the following equation true?

HNO3 + Au → AuNO3 + H

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Is the following equation true

AlPO4 + Mg → Mg3(PO4)2 + Al

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A double-replacement reaction

is a chemical reaction is which parts of two ionic compounds are exchanged

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The products of this double-replacement equation

BaCl2 + Na2SO4

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A chemical reaction in which two ionic compounds are dissolved in water and form a new ionic compound that does not dissolve.

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A is a solid that falls out of solution in a precipitation reaction.

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Solubility Rules are

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Mark the following rules as true or false

These compounds generally dissolve in water

(1) transparent All compounds of Li+, Na+, K+, Rb+, Cs+, and NH4+
(2) transparent All compounds of NO3 and C2H3O2
(3) transparent Compounds of Cl, Br, I
(4) transparent Compounds of SO42
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Mark the following rules as true or false

These compounds generally do not dissolve in water

(1) transparent Compounds of CO32− and PO43−
(2) transparent Compounds of OH
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Will a double-replacement reaction occur?

Ca(NO3)2 + KBr → ?

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Will a double-replacement reaction occur?

NaOH + FeCl2 → ?

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The general characteristics that help you recognise single-replacement reactions

is that one element replaces another element in a compound

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