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What are the products of the double-replacement reaction between potassium chloride and silver acetate? (2 points)

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    What does double replacement sound like it means? You're literally replacing two things. So which two things get traded? Well, keep in mind that cations are named before anions when naming compounds. What is a cation and anion? Cations are positively charged and anions are negatively charged. Opposite charges attract, just like the north and south pole of a magnet sticks together, that's how these guys work. Also, just like magnets, you'll never have two cations next to each other because if you put two north or two south poles together, you'll see they push each other away. That gives you all the information you need to figure it out.

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