A double replacement reaction is a type of aqueous reaction where two ionic compounds are dissolved in water allowing the aqueous ions from one compound to collide and react with ...
- Double Replacement Reactions – Potassium Chromate and Silver Nitrate, Potassium Iodide and Lead (II) Nitrate
- Periodic Table: Alkali Metals
- Cool Demo: Gases, Liquid Nitrogen, Clouds, and Thunder
- Gases: Properties of Gases
- Solutions: Supersaturated Solution
- Lab – Reading a Meniscus
- Gases: Pressure
- Chemical Reactions: Thermite
- Gases: Charles’s Law
- Solids: Diamond versus Graphite
This is a fun demonstration of density.
A single replacement reaction is a type of redox reaction where the more reactive metal replaces the less reactive metal dissolved in the solution.