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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 the aqueous ions from the other compound.

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A single replacement reaction is a type of redox reaction where the more reactive metal replaces the less reactive metal dissolved in the solution.

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Chemical Reactions: Thermite

Posted by Ryan On November - 17 - 2008 0 Comment

Thermite Balls: I have a set of these for my classroom. They work great. Just make sure you have some steel wool around to scrape off the aluminum oxide from the foil and let the sparks fly. How to Make Thermite: Thermite Reaction: Aluminum reduces the iron in iron oxide, and replacing the iron to  [ Read More ]

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Double Replacement Reactions -

A double replacement reaction is a type of aqueous reaction where two ionic compounds are ...

Single Replacement - Copper Ch

A single replacement reaction is a type of redox reaction where the more reactive metal ...

Chemical Reactions: Thermite

Thermite Balls: I have a set of these for my classroom. They work great. ...

Periodic Table: Alkali Metals

The Brainiac guys really make their point here, even though they faked their explosions. ...