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  1. Chemical Reactions By: Jared E.

  2. Single Replacement Magnesium and Iron (II) hypochlorite react to make Iron and Magnesium hypochlorite. Mg(S)+ Fe(ClO)2(AQ) Fe(S) + Mg(ClO)2(AQ) Mg(S) + Fe(ClO)2(AQ) 

  3. Single Replacement Magnesium and Iron (II) hypochlorite react to make Iron and Magnesium hypochlorite. Mg(S)+ Fe(ClO)2(AQ) Fe(S) + Mg(ClO)2(AQ) Mg(S) + Fe(ClO)2(AQ)  Fe(S) + Mg(ClO)2(AQ) The Magnesium is more reactive than the Iron, so the Magnesium will replace the Iron while the hypochlorite spectates.

  4. Decomposition Potassium Nitride breaks down to Potassium and Nitrogen. K3N  K + N2 K3N(S) 

  5. Decomposition Potassium Nitride breaks down to Potassium and Nitrogen. K3N  K + N2 2K3N(S) 6K(S) + N2(G) The Potassium Nitride decomposes and leaves behind the two element in there original state.

  6. Double Replacement Zinc Nitrate reacts with Sodium Hydroxide to create Zinc Hydroxide and Sodium Nitrate. Zn(NO3)2(AQ) + NaOH(AQ)  Zn(OH)2(S) + NaNO3(AQ) Zn(NO3)2(AQ) + NaOH(AQ) 

  7. Double Replacement Zinc Nitrate reacts with Sodium Hydroxide to create Zinc Hydroxide and Sodium Nitrate. Zn(NO3)2(AQ) + NaOH(AQ)  Zn(OH)2(S) + NaNO3(AQ) Zn(NO3)2(AQ) + 2NaOH(AQ)  Zn(OH)2(S)+ 2NaNO3(AQ) The Nitrate and the Hydroxide switch to create a new solution and a precipitate. Because the Hydroxide will not form an Aqueous solution except if combined with ammonium, Calcium, Barium, Strontium, or group 1 ions.

  8. Synthesis Iron(III) added with Oxygen create Iron(III) Oxide. Fe(S) + O2(G) Fe2O3(S) Fe(S) + O2(G)

  9. Synthesis Iron(III) added with Oxygen create Iron(III) Oxide. Fe(S) + O2(G) Fe2O3(S) 4Fe(S) + 3O2(G) 2Fe2O3(S) The Oxygen combines to the Iron the create Iron Roman numeral three Oxide or Rust.

  10. Tips to help • Look at the Reference Table to find out what is going on in a reaction. • Specifically Look at Tables E, F, and J to find out most of the chemical equation. • Use the periodic table of elements.