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## Chapter 4 Type of Chemical Reactions and Solution Stoichiometric

Chapter 4 Type of Chemical Reactions and Solution Stoichiometric. Water, Nature of aqueous solutions, types of electrolytes, dilution. Types of chemical reactions: precipitation, acid-base and oxidation reactions. Stoichiometry of reactions and balancing the chemical equations.

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## Oxidation-Reduction

Oxidation-Reduction. Larry J. Scheffler Lincoln High School. GER!. LEO says. L oss of Electrons = O xidation Gain of Electrons = R eduction. Oxidation Numbers. Oxidation is the loss of electrons; Reduction is the gain of electrons

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## Oxidation-Reduction

Oxidation-Reduction. Larry J. Scheffler Lincoln High School. LEO . LEO says. GER!. GER!. LEO says. L oss of Electrons = Oxidation Gain of Electrons = R eduction. Oxidation Numbers. Oxidation is the loss of electrons; Reduction is the gain of electrons

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## Balancing Redox Equations

Balancing Redox Equations. Identifying if a redox reaction has occurred In order for a reaction to be classified as a redox reaction there must be a change in the oxidation numbers of the Combination reactions involving at least 1 element in the reactants or products

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## Balancing Redox Equations

Balancing Redox Equations. 0. 0. Analyze Mg + S  MgS. +2. -2. What is oxidized? What is reduced? Assign Oxidation Numbers. Figure out change in oxidation numbers. Mg goes from 0 to +2: Oxidation S goes from 0 to -2: Reduction. 2 electrons. Mg + S  MgS. lost.

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## Balancing Redox Equations

20.3. Balancing Redox Equations.

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## Balancing Redox Equations

Balancing Redox Equations. The Molecular Method Ms. Reid. Assign oxidation numbers to all atoms in the equation. F 2 + H 2 O → HF + O 3 ` 0 +1 -2 +1 -1 0 F goes from 0 to -1 (reduced).

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## Balancing REDOX Equations

Balancing REDOX Equations. The Half Reaction Method. Created by Michelle Davis Science Department Chair Lithia Springs High School, GA. The Half Reaction Method. In this method: Write separate equations for the reduction and oxidation processes Balance each half equation

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## Balancing Redox Equations

Balancing Redox Equations. Balancing Redox Equations. In balancing redox equations, the # of electrons lost in oxidation (the increase in ox. #) must equal the # of electrons gained in reduction (the decrease in ox. #) There are 2 methods for balancing redox equations:

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## Balancing Redox Equations

Balancing Redox Equations. Many redox reactions are too complex to simply balance by inspection  we must ensure that the e- lost and gained balance There are 2 methods to balance redox rxn: Half reaction Using oxidation numbers. Half Rxn Method. We’ll balance:

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## Balancing REDOX Equations

Balancing REDOX Equations. Mr. Chapman Chemistry 30. Balancing Equations. In previous classes, we learned how to balance chemical equations by counting atoms. Following the Law of Conservation of Mass, we learned that the number of atoms on each side of the chemical equation must be equal.

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## Balancing Redox Equations

Balancing Redox Equations. Electron Transfer Method (Change in Oxidation Number Method) works best for formula equations (no ions present) Steps: 1. Write formulas for reactants and products (skeletal equation) – usually given 2. Assign oxidation numbers for every atom

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## Balancing Redox Equations

Balancing Redox Equations. Balancing Redox Equations. In balancing redox equations, the # of electrons lost in oxidation (the increase in ox. #) must equal the # of electrons gained in reduction (the decrease in ox. #) There are 2 methods for balancing redox equations:

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