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Which type of reaction occurs in the following equation? a. a combination redox reaction b. a displacement redox reaction d. a disproportionation redox reaction

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    The choices are all redox so lets eliminate that a) It would not be combination since more compounds are created after the reaction b) Displacement is A+BC >>B+AC There is no single element (A in reactants and B in products at all) in this reaction at all. They are all compounds c) A disproportionation reaction is when 2 new product are created. The 2 new product created were NO3 and H2O.

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