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Reactions and Equations Stoichiometry

G. Oakley

Terms associated with identifying types of reactions and solving equation stoichiometry problems.

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2.reaction that released energy
6.written in front of formula/symbol to balance a chemical equation
7.substance formed by a chemical reacton
8.product 'yield' predicted by stoichiometry calculations
9.(g)
11.most reactive halogen
12.reagent/reactant that has some left over after the reaction stops
14.math relationships between masses of reactants and products
16.rapid burning, producing carbon dioxide and water
18.substance that speeds up a reaction without changing itself
19.reagent/reactant that is completely used up
22.substance that enters into a chemical reaction
23.(s)
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1.insoluble solid product of two dissolved reactants
2.reaction that used electricity to decompose a compound
3.gas formed when zinc or aluminum (metal) is added to an acid
4.reaction that absorbs energy
5.reaction type: compound ->
10.if balancing combustion reactions, it is the reactant balanced last
13.reaction type: element + element –>
15.group containing the most reactive metals
17.chemical reaction that symbolized the law of conservation of mass
20.product 'yield' collected after performing the experiment
21.most reactive of these metals: gold, lead, iron, zinc

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