Unit 5: Types of Reactions

Study Guide for Unit 5 is located here.

Understanding chemicals (compounds) and how they behave (react) when placed together is central to the study of chemistry. It is often why everyone is first drawn to the subject -- predicting if something will go boom or if all of a sudden you see a yellow solid appear. To be discussed: writing/balancing chemical equations, combustion reactions, single replacement, activity series, double replacement, precipitates, solubility, complete ionic and net ionic equations.

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Notes/ Readings

Summary: Types of Reactions


Reference

Course Reference Booklet

β€’ Periodic Table of Elements β€’ Ions & Conversions β€’ Solubility Rules, Oxidation No, Molecular Geometry β€’ Equations and Constants

Activity Series Chart

RocketBook Blank Pages

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Relevant Textbook Sections

Free textbook from openstax: Chemistry 2e

Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations (4.1)

Classifying Chemical Reactions (4.2)


Practice Quizzes

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Quiz #24 - Writing Chemical Equations

Quiz #25 - Balancing Chemical Equations

Quiz #26 - Balancing Combustion Reactions

Quiz #27 - More Balancing Chemical Equations

Quiz #28 - Double Displacement Reactions

Quiz #29 - More Double Displacement Reactions

Quiz #30 - Single Replacement Practice

Quiz #31 - Double Displacement & Single Replacement Combo Practice

Quiz #32 - Reaction Prediction



Labs/ Activities

Practice by Equation

Below is a list of common equations that appear in this unit. Click on one below to explore some example problems that use this equation.


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