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My Powerpoint. By: Elijah M. Synthesis. Magnesium forms with oxygen to make magnesium oxide Mg + O 2 . Synthesis. Magnesium forms with oxygen to make magnesium oxide 2 Mg (S) + O 2(G)  2MgO (S ) Smaller reactants combine to form larger products. Decomposition.

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My powerpoint

My Powerpoint

By: Elijah M


Synthesis

Synthesis

  • Magnesium forms with oxygen to make magnesium oxide

  • Mg + O2


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Synthesis

  • Magnesium forms with oxygen to make magnesium oxide

  • 2Mg(S)+ O2(G) 2MgO(S)

  • Smaller reactants combine to form larger products.


Decomposition

Decomposition

  • Potassium Chlorate breaks down to Potassium Chloride + Oxygen.

  • KClO3 


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Decomposition

  • Potassium Chlorate breaks down to Potassium Chloride + Oxygen.

  • 2KClO3  2KCl + 3O2

  • One larger reaction is broken down into two or more smaller products.


Single replacement

Single Replacement

  • Copper + Silver Nitrate  Copper Nitrate + Silver

  • Cu + AgNO3 


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Single Replacement

  • Copper + Silver Nitrate  Copper Nitrate + Silver

  • Cu + AgNO3  CuNO3 + Ag

  • An element or ion moves out of one compound and into another.


Double replacement

Double Replacement

  • Lithium Carbonate + Calcium Nitrate  Lithium Nitrate + Calcium Carbonate

  • Li2CO3(AQ) + Ca(NO3)2(AQ) 


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Double Replacement

  • Lithium Carbonate + Calcium Nitrate  Lithium Nitrate + Calcium Carbonate

  • Li2CO3(AQ) + Ca(NO3)2(AQ)  2LiNO3(AQ) + CaCO3(S)

  • A chemical reaction between two compounds where the positive ion is exchanged with the positive ion of the other compound.


Chemistry reactions

Chemistry Reactions

  • To complete these reactions I used table F, Table E, Table J, and the Periodic table.


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