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Reaction Type Flip Book You will get to use this on the reaction type quiz, so be complete! 1.Using 3 sheets of plain paper, make a 6 –tab flip book. See example. 2.Label the tabs as shown. Single Replacement Double Replacement Synthesis/Combination Decomposition Combustion Flow Chart
Content On each tab include the following… – Description of reaction type – At least one example of reaction type (chemical equation) from question 22 on page 224. Flow Chart – The last tab will be a flow chart that will allow you to determine the reaction type.
Reaction Type Flow Chart One reactant *Decomposition* 1.Break compound into two elements 2.Check for diatomic molecules 3.Balance equation Two or more reactants 2 elements More than 2 Elements *Synthesis* 1. Combine elements 2. Balance Charges 3. Balance Equation * Single Replacement * Element + Ionic Compound 1. Switch ions 2. Balance Charges 3. Balance Equation * Double Replacement * Two Ionic Compounds 1. Switch ions 2. Balance Charges 3. Balance Equation * Combustion * Oxygen + Carbon Compound on reactant side 1.Produces CO 2 and H 2 O. 2.Balance Equation
1 st Period: 7:30-8:23 am (53) 2 nd Period: 8:28-9:22 am (54) 3 rd Period: 9:27-10:20 am (53) 1 st Lunch: 10:20-10:50 am 4 th Period: 10:55 am-11:48 am (53) 4 th Period: 10:25 -11:18 am (53) 2 nd Lunch: 11:18 am – 11:48 am Griz Period: 11:53 am – 12:15 pm (23) 5 th Period: 12:20 -1:13 pm (53) 6 th Period: 1:18 – 2:12 pm (54) Grizzly Period moved to fifth period. All Freshmen in Focus and other interested Freshmen will go to the College and Career Fair during Grizzly Period with an assignment from their Focus teacher as a ticket back to class. Juniors will attend the Fair during 5 th period with a completed worksheet as their evidence of attendance for your class. Seniors will attend during 6 th Period. They too should have a completed worksheet. If nearly all of your class is a Junior or Senior group please plan to attend the fair with your entire class. If only a few are upperclass students then keep your group and send the individuals. Their absence should be treated like a field trip.
Activity Series of Metals Lab Purpose: To determine which metals are more reactive. Procedure: Fill 5 wells with Copper Nitrate. Put 5 similar sized metals in each and observe at 1, 5 and 15 minutes. Record observations. Clean plates and repeat with 3 remaining solutions. * Lead Nitrate, Zinc Nitrate, Magnesium Nitrate
Activity Series Lab Questions 1.In which solutions did the appearance of the metals change? 2.Write balance equations for 6 of the reactions. 3.What type of reaction was illustrated in this lab? 4.Based on the results of your lab, write an activity series for the metals you tested. Rank/list them from most reactive to least reactive.
Single Replacement Definition Single Replacement reaction – A single element takes the place of an element in a compound. A + BC B + AC Mg + 2HCl H 2 + MgCl
Double Replacement Definition Double Replacement reaction – Elements in 2 compounds switch places to form 2 new compounds. AB + CD AD + CB NaOH + HCl NaCl+ H 2 O + +
Decomposition Definition Decomposition reaction – A single compound is broken down into 2 or more products. AB A + B H 2 O H 2 + O 2 +
Synthesis Definition Synthesis reaction – 2 substances are combined to form a single product A + B AB Fe + O 2 Fe 2 O 3 +
Combustion Definition Combustion reaction – Hydrogen or a hydrocarbon (H and C) burn in oxygen to produce water and carbon dioxide. Heat is given off as energy. C 8 H 18 + O 2 H 2 O + CO 2
+ + Quiz--Identify the reaction type represented here. +
Identify the reaction type represented here. + +
What type of reaction is this? O2O2 O2O2 O2O2 O2O2 H 2 O + CO 2