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  1. Catalyst – March 17th 2010 • List 2 characteristics of combustion reactions. • What is the general equation for a synthesis reaction? • What do you think the products of the following decomposition reaction are: CaO  ? + ?

  2. Today’s Agenda • Catalyst • Homework Review • Chemistry Prom 2009 Day 2! • Practice and Work Time • GEE PREP • Exit Question

  3. Today’s Objectives • SWBAT predict the products of single-replacement and double-replacement reactions. • SWBAT differentiate between single-replacement and double-replacement reactions.

  4. Chemistry Prom 2010! Single and Double Replacement Reactions

  5. Drama on the Dance Flo! • Key Point #1: A SINGLE-REPLACEMENT REACTION is one in which a single element replaces a similar element in a compound • A + BX  AX + B • A couple is dancing, and someone else cuts in

  6. + +  Cl Cl Cl Cl Zn Zn Cu Cu Single-Replacement in Action Example: Zn + CuCl2 A + BX  AX + B

  7. Single-Replacement Practice • Predict the products of the reaction between solid copper and silver (I) nitrate. Write the reactants first. Then, write the products. Cu + AgNO3 Ag + Cu(NO3)2 Must Kriss Kross to get the correct formulas!

  8. Reactivity in the mix! • Will a single-replacement reaction ALWAYS take place? • Will there ALWAYS be cut-in drama on the dance flo? • No, you have to check the reactivity series of metals and halogens

  9. Reactivity in the mix! • A metal will NOT ALWAYS replace another metal in a compound • Reactivity is a substance’s ability to react with another substance • The most active metals are on the top of the list on page 288 • More active metals will replace less active metals • Example: Ag (s) + Cu(NO3)2 (aq)  NO RXN!

  10. No, Ni is below Na Yes, Li is above Zn Yes, Al is above Cu Yes, Fe is above Cu Reactivity Series • Metals near the top are most reactive and will displacing metals near the bottom. Q: Which of these will react? 1. Fe + CuSO4  2. Ni + NaCl  3. Li + ZnCO3  4. Al + CuCl2  Cu + Fe2(SO4)3 NR (no reaction) Zn + Li2CO3 Cu + AlCl3

  11. No, I is below Cl Yes, F is above Br Reactivity of Halogens • The same goes for halogens • More active halogens will replace less active halogens • List also on page 288 • Q: Which of these will react? F2 (g) + 2 NaBr (aq)  I2 (g) + 2 KCl (aq)  2 NaF (aq) + Br2 (l) NR (no reaction)

  12. Example Problem 10-2 Write down the following reactants. Then, predict the products of the reactions. • Fe (s) + CuSO4 (aq)  • Br2 (l) + MgCl2 (aq)  • Mg (s) + AlCl3 (aq) 

  13. Swing Fever! Key Point #2: A DOUBLE-REPLACEMENT REACTION is one in which ions switch places. You must KRISS-KROSS to write ALL formulas! • AX + BY  AY + BX • Two couples are dancing and decide to switch partners!

  14. Ca Ca  + + Mg Mg S S O O Double-Replacement in Action Example: MgO + CaS AX + BY  AY + BX

  15. Double-Replacement Practice • Predict the products of the reaction between silver (I) nitrate and lithium iodide. Write the reactants first. Then, write the products. LiNO3 + AgI AgNO3 + LiI  Must Kriss Kross to get the correct formulas!

  16. Let’s think about the positive and the negative…cations and anions AX + BYAY + BX A and B are cations (positively charged) X and Y are anions (negatively charged) You can see the anions have switched places and are now bonded to the other cations in the reaction

  17. PRACTICE! Worksheet!

  18. Exit Question • What are the 4 types of chemical reactions we have learned about so far at Chemistry Prom? • Will the following reaction occur? Why or why not? Ni + AuBr3 NiBr2 + Au