Presentation on theme: "Predicting Products of a Reaction"— Presentation transcript:
1Predicting Products of a Reaction Will a reaction take place?If so, what will be produced?
2Predicting Products NOT just a shot in the dark! Rules govern whether or not reactants will form new products.
3Predicting Single Replacement Reaction 1. Decide which element is a metal and nonmetal. Decide which part is positive and negative.METALNONNONMETALMETALMETAL+2+1-1+2-1+1
4Predicting Single Replacement 2. USE ACTIVITY SERIES CHART from reference table to see if loner metal is higher than metal in compound.If YES the reaction proceeds, higher metal displaces the lower metalIf NO the reaction will not occur. No RXN!Examine Activity Series of MetalsExamine Activity Series of Halogens
8Predicting Single Replacement 4. Write correct formulas for new products!Remember ionic compounds (criss x cross)Remember diatomic gases (Br2 I2 N2 Cl2 H2 O2 F2)
9Predicting Single Replacement 5. BALANCE EQUATION by balancing coefficients.
10EXAMPLE Fe + HCl 2 6 2 FeCl3 + H2 3 Iron (Fe) will try to replace the hydrogen (H) in HCl.Can Iron (Fe) replace the hydrogen (H) in HCl?Check Activity Series! Is Fe higher than H? YESIron (Fe) replaces the hydrogen (H) in HCl and bonds with chloride (Cl) bumping out (H) from the compound.Final Step is ALWAYS BALANCE!
11Predicting Double Replacement 1. Divide molecules into + and - halves.Positive halves switch partners!
12Predicting Double Replacement 2. Write correct formula for new molecules on product side by criss x crossing charges.+1-1+2-2+1-2+2-1NaOH (aq) + CaSO4 (aq) Na2SO Ca(OH)2
14Predicting Double Replacement 4. Decide which product will be a solid and which will be aqueous. Watch thisUSE SOLUBILITY RULES! Reference Table(s) INSOLUBLE does not dissolve in water, ppt(aq) SOLUBLE dissolves in water2 NaOH (aq) + CaSO4 (aq) Na2SO Ca(OH)2(aq)(s)
15Predicting Double Replacement 5. IF both products are aqueous, then no reaction occurs.