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1 Reactants: Metal element + Nonmetal element ?
2 Product: Binary Salt
3 Reactants: Oxyacid heated ?
4 Product: Nonmetal oxide + water
5 Reactants: Metal + Oxygen ?
6 Product: Metal Oxide
7 Reactants: Acid + Hydroxide base ?
8 Product: Salt + H 2 O
9 Reactants: Water + Nonmetal oxide ?
10 Product: Oxyacid
11 Reactants: Acid + Metal ?
12 Product: Salt + H 2 gas
13 Reactants: Acid + Salt ?
14 Product: New Acid + New Salt
15 Reactants: Metal Chlorate heated ?
16 Product: Metal chloride + O 2 gas
17 Reactants: Acid + Metal carbonate ?
18 Product: Salt + H 2 O + CO 2
19 Reactants: Active Metal + Salt ?
20 Product: New metal + New Salt
21 Reactants: Metal oxide + hydrogen ?
22 Product: Metal + H 2 O
23 Reactants: Metal carbonate heated ?
24 Product: Metal oxide + CO 2
25 Reactants: Halogen + Halogen Salt ?
26 Product: New halogen + New Salt
27 Reactants: Acid + Sulfite salt ?
28 Product: Salt + H 2 O + SO 2
29 Reactants: Metal hydroxide heated ?
30 Product: Metal oxide + H 2 O
31 Reactants: Two Aqueous Salts ?
32 Product: Two new salts (at least one PPT)
33 Reactants: Complete combustion of a hydrocarbon ?
34 Product: CO 2 + H 2 O
35 Reactants: Active metal oxide + water ?
36 Product: Metal hydroxide
37 Reactants: Acid + sulfide salt ?
38 Product: Salt + H 2 S gas
39 Reactants: Binary compound heated or electrolyzed ?
40 Product: Separate constituent elements
41 Reactants: Active metal + water ?
42 Product: Metal hydroxide + H 2 gas
43 Reactants: Ammonia + Acid ?
44 Product: Ammonium Salt
45 Reactants: Metal nitrate heated ?
46 Product: Metal oxide + NO 2 + O 2
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