All Types Of Chemical Reactions - Coggle Diagram
All Types Of Chemical Reactions
Magnesium metal reacts with oxygen to produces magnesium oxide
Sulfur reacts with oxygen to produce sulfur dioxide gas
Lithium reacts with bromine gas to produce lithium bromide
In a decomposition reaction, a single compound is broken down into two or more simpler substances.
Heat is usually required to start a decomposition reaction. Ionic compounds containing oxygen often decompose into a metal and oxygen gas.
For example, heating solid mercury. Oxide produces mercury metal
and oxygen gas.
In a double-replacement reaction, two ionic compounds in aqueous solution switch anions and produce an insoluble substance.
If either AD or CB is an insoluble compound, a precipitate will appear and there is a chemical reaction.
If no precipitate is formed, there is no reaction.
They are generally rapid reactions that produce flames.
Most involve oxygen (from the air) as a reactant.
Also involve a fuel that reacts with O2 to form one or more oxidized products.
A single-replacement reaction is a reaction in which a more active metal displaces another less active metal in a compound.
A neutralization reaction is the reaction of an acid and a base.
A neutralization reaction produces a salt and water.