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 ...
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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.