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Predicting Products of Chemical Reactions

Look at the reactants of a chemical reaction and predict the products. f you got the correct compounds but in a different order than was the correct answer then use the "I was RIGHT" button. 3 things to always remember when balancing chemical equations: 1) HX + Y(OH) --> XY + H(OH) No matter what elements X and Y are; any double replacement reaction with a hydroxide bonding to a hydrogen can be written as H₂O *OR* H(OH). Below in combustion is the only time I use H₂O, and with all DR reactions…
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C₄H₆ + O₂ →
CO₂ + H₂O
Mg + I →
MgI₂
CuCl₂ + H₂S →
CuS + HCl
Na(OH) + H(ClO₄) →
Na(ClO₄) + H(OH)
HCl + Zn →
ZnCl₂ + H₂
Na + MgCl₂ →
NaCl + Mg
CaCl₂ + K₂(CO₃) →
Ca(CO₃) + KCl
K + Cl →
KCl
Na₂(SO₄) + K(OH) →
K₂(SO₄) + Na(OH)
C₆H₁₀O₃ + O₂ →
CO₂ + H₂O
Al + O₂ →
Al₂O₃
Mg + F →
MgF₂
Pb(SO₄) + Ag(NO₃) →
Ag₂(SO₄) + Pb(NO₃)₂
Ca + AgCl →
CaCl₂ + Ag
KCl + Na(OH) →
NaCl + K(OH)
C₆H₁₂ + O₂ →
CO₂ + H₂O
Li + S →
Li₂S
HCl + Mg(OH)₂ →
MgCl₂ + H(OH)
Ca(OH)₂ + H₃(PO₄) →
Ca₃(PO₄)₂ + H(OH)
Mg + HCl →
MgCl₂ + H₂
KBr + Cl₂ →
KCl + Br₂
FeS + HCl →
H₂S + FeCl₂
KI + Pb(NO₃)₂ →
K(NO₃) + PbI₂