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  1. 2 2 13 8 10 2 • ___ C4H10 + ___ O2  ___ CO2 + ___ H2O Mad Minute Review Name the types of reactions for the above reactions as synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement   1b. ____________________________ 2b. ____________________________ 1. ___ KC2H3O2 + ___ Cu(NO3)2 ___ KNO3 + ___Cu(C2H3O2)2 Double replacement Combustion

  2. Predict the products in the following reactions; don’t forget charges! Mad Minute Review Double Replacement 3. CaC2O4+ Rb3P  First thing you need to do is figure out what type of reaction this is…

  3. Predict the products in the following reactions; don’t forget charges! Mad Minute Review 3. CaC2O4+ Rb3P Ca3P2 + Rb2C2O4 AB + CD  AD + CB Then, you need to use the template as a guide to write the formulas for the products Hint: when elements are put together… YOU MUST USE CHARGES FIRST!!

  4. Predict the products in the following reactions; don’t forget charges! Mad Minute Review 4. LiBrO4 + Ni2(Cr2O7)3 Double replacement Figure out what type of reaction this is…

  5. Predict the products in the following reactions; don’t forget charges! Mad Minute Review 4. LiBrO4 + Ni2(Cr2O7)3 Li2Cr2O7 + Ni(BrO4)3 AB + CD  AD + CB Then, use the template as a guide to write the formulas for the products Hint: when elements are together… YOU MUST USE CHARGES FIRST!!

  6. Predict the products in the following reactions; don’t forget charges! Mad Minute Review 5. Br2 + (NH4)3N Single replacement Figure out what type of reaction this is…

  7. Predict the products in the following reactions; don’t forget charges! Mad Minute Review 5. Br2 + (NH4)3N N2+ NH4Br A + BC  C + BA Hint: when elements are alone… YOU MUST DETERMINE STATE OF MATTER and YOU MUST USE CHARGES FOR ALL COMPOUNDS

  8. Which products (if any) precipitated out in #4? Mad Minute Review You need to use the solubility chart (on the back of your ion sheet! KNO3 look up nitrate in column 1. Read across… is Potassium in column 2 or column 3? column 2 = soluble (dissolves) column 3 = insoluble (becomes solid = precipitate out!) K = column 2 => KNO3stays in solution

  9. Which products (if any) precipitated out in #4? Mad Minute Review You need to use the solubility chart (on the back of your ion sheet! Cu(C2H3O2)2 look up acetate in column 1. Read across… is Copper in column 2 or column 3? column 2 = soluble (dissolves) column 3 = insoluble (becomes solid = precipitate out!) Cu= column 2 => Cu(C2H3O2)2 stays in solution

  10. How many moles are in 182.9 g of Nickel (II) Phosphate? Mad Minute Review X moles= 182.9 g 366.01 1 mole g X = 0.4997 mol Nickel (II) phosphate = Ni3(PO4)2 Ni3(PO4)2 = 366.01 g

  11. If a container has 9.37 moles of potassium oxide, how many molecules are in that container? Mad Minute Review X mc =9.37 moles 6.02 x 1023mc 1 mole X = 5.64 x 1024 mc