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1)what is decomposition reaction, 2)Single displacement reaction,3) Double displacement reaction, 4)Blaring reaction.Please friends answer my questions it is emergency.​

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A double displacement reaction, also known as a double replacement reaction or metathesis reaction, is a type of reaction that occurs when the cations and anions switch between two reactants to form new products. ... After that, we switch the ions of the two reactants and write down the products.

A single-displacement reaction occurs when an element replaces another element in a compound. A metal only replaces a metal, and a nonmetal only replaces a nonmetal. Only a more reactive element can replace the other element in the compound with which it reacts

An oxidation-reduction (redox) reaction is a type of chemical reaction that involves a transfer of electrons between two species. ... The formation of hydrogen fluoride is an example of a redox reaction. We can break the reaction down to analyze the oxidation and reduction of reactants.

A decomposition reaction occurs when one reactant breaks down into two or more products. This can be represented by the general equation: AB → A + B. Examples of decomposition reactions include the breakdown of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen, and the breakdown of water to hydrogen and oxygen.

Na2 + H2O `->` 2NaOH. Here sodium oxide is combined with water gives sodium hydroxide.4Li + O2 `->` 2Li2O. Here lithium is combined with oxygen to form lithium oxide.2Mg + O2 `->` 2 MgO. ...H2 + Cl2 `->` 2 HCL. ...

NH3 + HCl `->` NH4Cl. ...

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