Classifying Reactions Comic

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  • HELP!!!
  • Do you understand what I say? Do you understand? (In Broken English)
  • Babe, do you know a word she is saying. Don't know anything a thing about these reactions
  • It's quite simple boo. I'll come over tomorrow and explain it.
  • Ready to get to work man.
  • Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Decomposition Reactions A single reactant is decomposed or broken down into two or more products.
  • Single Replacement Reactions A single free element replaces or is substituted for one of the elements in a compound.
  • Double Displacement Reactions This reaction type can be viewed as an "exchange of partners."
  • OMG. How am I suppose to remember them.
  • Combination or Synthesis Reactions Two or more reactants unite to form a single product.
  • First, let's start with these definitions
  • Ok. Let's start with Synthesis and Decomposition.
  • Oh gosh. It's that simple. Keep going, I'm on a roll. Combustion and single & double displacement?
  • Decomposition can be shown in an equation such that AB --> A+ B.
  • Synthesis can be shown in an equation such that A + B --> AB.
  • You can think of a single displacement as a reaction where one compound takes a substance from another compound. Its equation is A + BC --> AC + B.
  • Well.... here is where it gets hard. A combustion reaction occurs when oxygen combines with another compound to form water and carbon dioxide.
  • Finally. double displacement. You can think of it as two compounds trading substances. Its equation is AB + CD --> AD + CB.
  • Combustion reactions produce energy in the form of heat. Now to single & double displacement.
  • Wait. I only have combustion when water and carbon dioxide is produced?!?!
  • WOW!!!! It's really not that hard. Thanks babe you're the best. Love you.
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