Neutralization reactions are only one type of reaction.  There are many different types of chemical reactions that can occur, but we can group them into categories based on their similarities.

Things you should be able to do after today:

  • Identify the type of chemical reaction based on the reactants and/or the products
  • Predict the products in a chemical reaction based on the reactants
  • Balance a chemical reaction

Resources

  • Notes
  • Workbook p102-104

Assignment 

  • Read p102-104 of your workbook
  • complete the notes template provided.
  • do p105-106 of your workbook. Indicate the type of reaction and balance the chemical equation
  • do p107-108. Indicate only the type of reaction (we will balance these next class)

Assignment

  • Check answers to p105-106 in class
  • do test corrections
  • p109-110

 

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Imagine setting a log on fire.  It can take a long time to burn down to ashes, but there are things you can do to increase how fast the log burns down.  A log burning is just a chemical reaction (a combustion reaction!) and it can be sped up in the same ways that any other chemical reaction can be sped up as well.

Resources:

  • Notes
  • Workbook p 113-114
  • Textbook p272-277

Assignment

  • Workbook p115-120
  • Create a study guide based on today's notes and any readings that you do

 

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