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Match the following terms and definitions. 1. two or more units are added together to form a new compound exchange reaction 2. reactants used to form products can also be obtained from those products decomposition reaction 3. a compound is broken into its constituent parts synthesis reaction 4. the substrates trade constituent parts reversible reaction
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1. two or more units are added together to form a new compound: synthesis reaction
2. reactants used to form products can also be obtained from those products: reversible reaction
3. a compound is broken into its constituent parts: decomposition reaction
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