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Synthesis, decomposition, substitution and double displacement are four types of chemical reactions. A synthesis reaction is when two or more reactants combine to form one product. More »

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According to About.com, a variety of experiments involving chemical reactions can be demonstrated in a laboratory, including a thermite and ice reaction, the Briggs-Rauscher oscillating clock, the dancing gummy bear reac... More »

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A simple type of chemical reaction in fireworks is the color produced during and after the explosion. Chemical elements, generally metals, are mixed in with the gunpowder to create colors that vary depending on the eleme... More »

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Synthesis generally refers to the combining of multiple elements into a single entity or compound. While synthesis sometimes results naturally, scientists in many fields perform synthesis as part of experimentation, solu... More »

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The decomposition of ammonium carbonate at room temperature is demonstrated by the equation (NH4)2CO3 ? NH4HCO3 + NH3. In the formula, (NH4)2CO3 represents the ammonium carbonate on the reactant side of the equation, whi... More »

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In the human digestive system, complex sugar molecules are broken down in the decomposition reactions that they undergo with enzymes present in the digestive tract. The process begins in the mouth, where these complex su... More »

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Chemical weathering is the decomposition and disintegration of rock due to chemical reactions. According to Eastern Illinois University, chemical agents break down the bonds holding rocks together, causing the rocks to f... More »

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