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shashawna
 3 years ago
The generalized equation A + B → AB represents a __________ reaction.
decomposition
double displacement
single displacement
synthesis
I'm pretty sure it would be a single dissplacment but im not sure
shashawna
 3 years ago
The generalized equation A + B → AB represents a __________ reaction. decomposition double displacement single displacement synthesis I'm pretty sure it would be a single dissplacment but im not sure

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jlwebb93
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2It would be synthesis. Decomposition: \[AB \rightarrow A + B\] Double Displacement:\[AB + CD \rightarrow AC + BD\] Single Displacement:\[A + BC \rightarrow AC+B\]

shashawna
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0for a single displacment would it matter if the equation was A+BC~> B+AC?
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