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DESCRIBING CHEMICAL REACTIONS.

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WHAT ARE CHEMICAL EQUATIONS?
IS A SHORT ,EASY WAY TO SHOW A CHEMICAL REACTION,USING SYMBOLS INSTEAD OF WORDS.
WHAT ARE THE THREE CATEGORIES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS?
SYNTHESIS,DECOMPOSITION AND REPLACEMENT.
WHAT IS COEFFICIENT?
A NUMBER PLACED IN FRONT OF CHEMICAL FORMULA IN AN EQUATION.
WHAT IS SYNTHESIS?
A PROCESS WHEN TWO OR MORE ELEMENTS OR COMPOUND COMBINE TO MAKE A MORE COMPLEX SUBSTANCE.
WHAT IS REPLACEMENT?
A PROCESS WHEN ONE ELEMENT REPLACES ANOTHER IN A COMPOUND,ORWHEN TWO ELEMENTS IN DIFFERENT COMPOUNDS TRADE PLACES.
WHAT IS SINGLE REPLACEMENT?
ONE ELEMENT REPLACES ANOTHER ELEMENT IN A COMPOUND.
WHAT IS DOUBLE REPLACEMENT?
TWO ELEMENTS REPLACE EACH OTHER IN DIFFERENT COMPOUNDS.
WHAT DOES THE PRINCIPLE OF CONSERVATIONOF OF MASS MEANS?
TO DESCRIBE A REACTIONACCURATELY,A CHEMICAL EQUATION MUST SHOW THE SAME NUMBER OF EACH TYPE OF ATOM ON BOTH SIDES OF THE EQUATION,
WHAT DOES THE PRINCIPLE OF CONSERVATION OF MASS STATE?
THE PRINCILE OF CONSERVATION OF MASS STATES THAT IN A CHEMICAL REACTION,THE TOTAL MASS OF THE REACTANTS MUST EQUAL TTHE MASS OF THE PRODUCT.
WHAT INFORMATION DOES A CHEMICAL EQUATION CONTAIN?
CHEMICAL EQUATIONS USE CHEMICAL FORMULAS AND OTHER SYMBOLS INSTEAD OF WORDS TO SUMMARIZE A REACTION.