Exam 5 Flash Cards w/o Formulas

As ______ decreases, ______ increases.
As VOLUME decreases, PRESSURE increases
In a Single Displacement Reaction,
the _____ active element replaces the _____ active element.
The MORE active element replaces the LESS active element.
In a Single Displacement Reaction any element by itself has a charge = to __.
Charge = 0 in any element by itself.
In a Single Displacement Reaction there can only be a reaction if __ is _____ _____ than __.
There can ONLY b a reaction if A is MORE ACTIVE than B.
In a Single Displacement Reaction…
_____ ALWAYS comes before ______.
_____ are ALWAYS positive, and ______ are ALWAYS ______.
METALS ALWAYS comes before NON-METALS.
METALS are ALWAYS positive, and NON-METALS are ALWAYS NEGATIVE.
What signifies a Double Displacement Reaction?
How do you find the product of this kind of reaction?
Formation of a SOLID.
You swap(1,4) and (3,2.
Steps to a Double Displacement Reaction:
1)Write the _____ product of the equation.
2)Write ALL _____.
3)Write the _____ equation by underlining the _____ and _____ it’s _____.
4)Develop the ____ equation by balancing the equation with _____.
5)Remove _____ and re-write.
6)The final equation is called a _____ ____ ______.
Steps to a Double Displacement Reaction:
1)Write the _____ product of the equation.
2)Write ALL CHARGES.
3)Write the CHEMICAL equation by underlining the SOLID and REMOVING it’s CHARGES.
4)Develop the IONIC equation by balancing the equation with CHARGES.
5)Remove SPECTATORS and re-write.
6)The final equation is called a NET IONIC EQUATION.
A Neutralization Reaction is a ______ ______ ______ & always yields a ______.
DOUBLE DISPLACEMENT REACTION that ALWAYS yields a LIQUID.
A Combustion reaction ALWAYS produces ______ + _____.
CO2 + H2O
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