Warm up. How would you define a double replacement reaction?. Warm up answers. A chemical reaction in which the ions of the reactants switch partners to form products. TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST TEST.
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How would you define a double replacement reaction?
A chemical reaction in which the ions of the reactants switch partners to form products
This experiment will be graded as a test grade, therefore it is worth a larger percentage of your grade than the other experiments we have done so far. Adjust your effort accordingly if you need to.
What are the products of the following reactions?
A. Sodium Carbonate with Silver Nitrate
B. Sodium Carbonate with Lead Nitrate
C. Sodium Carbonate with Calcium Chloride
Learn a little about each chemical before you make a hypothesis
Now make your hypotheses (plural of hypothesis)
Mix the chemicals together
Record your observations in a data table.
Draw a picture (or use a photo), and write a description
A. 2 AgNO3 + Na2CO3 ?? + ??
B. Pb(NO3)2 + Na2CO3?? + ??
C. CaCl2+ Na2CO3?? + ??
Go through your notebook and make sure you have notes for every experiment we have done so far
What is a creative way you could apply what you learned in class today?