This chemistry video tutorial explains the process of predicting the products of chemical reactions. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems of predicting the products of different types of chemical reactions such as combination reactions, combustion reactions, decomposition reactions, synthesis, single replacement reactions, double replacement and acid base neutralization reactions.
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And now I have to translate this all into French to do my homework. Still helpful though. Thanks
Was very confused about the charge thing, already at 2:25 and ondwards. Turns out he's not referring to everything as ions, nor oxidation states, but formal charge https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formal_charge. Formal seems to be the ammount of electrons the atom will want to get rid of in order to reach it's electron-octet.
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The last reaction is also called a gas formation reaction when there is HCl.. So it will produce water and gas with it
my teacher gave equations without products, but she didn't teach us how to find products, only how to balance equation. So this video is a lifesaver! Thank you very much!
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