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I'm Elprup! Let me and the others give you a quick run-down on what Earth combustion is *wink, wink*
Combustion, you see, is when oxygen combines with another compound to form carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O). Therefore, your dandy little fire over there is a perfect example!
Single displacement is when one element in a compound is replaced by another element. It can also be called single replacement.
Double displacement is when two elements initially swap places - an element in one compound switches places with an element in another compound. It can also be called double replacement.
Synthesis is when two or more elements join to form a compound.
Wow!! I did NOT know that!
And lastly, decomposition is when a compound breaks down into two or more elements!
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