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molecules rearrange and form new molecules A.exchange B.decomposition C. synthesis D. reversible
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User: molecules rearrange and form new molecules A.exchange B.decomposition C. synthesis D. reversible

Weegy: Chemical reaction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemical_reactionCached - Similar You +1'd this publicly. Undo This is achieved by scaling the number of involved molecules (A, B, C and D in a ... [ Most chemical reactions are reversible, that is they can and do run in both directions. .... In a synthesis reaction, two or more simple substances combine to form a ... reaction, parts of two compounds This is a type of neutralization reaction in which NaOH dissociates into Na+ and OH- ions while HCl dissociates into H+ and Cl- ions.The H+ and OH- ions react together to form H2O ie. [ water. H+ + OH- - - - -> H2O.This is the real reaction of neutralization. The remaining Na+ ion and Cl- ion form an ionic bond to form NaCl. Yes this eqn. is balanced coz the no. of Na,O,H &Cl atoms on both sides is equal. NaOH and HCl ===>Reactants NaCl and H2O ===>Products ] ]
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User: simutaneous decomposition and synthesisA.exchange B.decomposition C. synthesis D. reversible

Weegy: Biochemistry - Similar You +1'd this publicly. Undo The word synthesis, of course, means to produce something via a synthesis ... [ An exchange reaction in which two substances are joined such that a water ... Two reactions that occur simultaneously with typically one reaction supplying the energy ... A + B + C à AB + C à ABC à A + BC (Arrows are shown as not reversible for ... ]
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User: simutaneous decomposition and synthesisA.exchange B. reversible

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Molecules rearrange and form new molecules is A. exchange reaction.
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Simultaneous decomposition and synthesis is A. exchange reaction.
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