Chemistry (12th Edition)

Published by Prentice Hall
ISBN 10: 0132525763
ISBN 13: 978-0-13252-576-3

Chapter 16 - Solutions - 16 Assessment: 116

Answer

A) Combination B) Decomposition C) Single-replacement D) Combustion E) Single-replacement F) Double-displacement

Work Step by Step

This is a combination reaction because two substances are reacting to form one product. This is a decomposition reaction because one substance is decomposing into two products. This is a single-replacement reaction because one element is reacting with a compound to form a new compound and releasing a new element. This is a combustion reaction because an organic compound is burning in oxygen to form water and carbon dioxide. This is a single-replacement reaction because one element is reacting with a compound to form a new compound and releasing a new element. This is a double-displacement reaction because cations and anions that were partners as reactants are interchanged and as products.
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