Chemical reactions in the Ocean Grace Wright F mod

A reactant is a substance that takes part in and undergoes change during a reaction. A product is what comes out of that reaction.

NaCl+H2O---> salt water

Endothermic takes in energy just like this bottom feeder takes in its energy from eating off the bottom of the ocean.
Exothermic releases energy just like these deep sea vents.

Solid is a state of matter that has tightly packed particles and definite shape and volume. A liquid has loose particles with no definite shape but definite volume. A gas has chaotic particles with no definite shape or volume. Lastly, aqueous means dissolved in water.

Synthesis-two or more things combined to make one big compound C+O2--->CO2

Decomposition-breaks down big compound into two or more things. CO2---> C+O2

Combustion- reaction with oxygen that releases heat/light. Hydrocarbon+O2----->CO2+H2O

Single replacement- only one thing is switched. Cu+2AgNO3-->2Ag+Cu(NO3)

Double replacement- Everything is switched around. NaOH+HCl--->H2O+NaCl

Credits:

Created with images by chrisf608 - "atlantic ocean" • colours an colours - "Ocean" • James St. John - "Cucullaea vulgaris fossil bivalve (Coon Creek Formation, Upper Cretaceous; Coon Creek, Tennessee, USA) 2" • NOAA Photo Library - "expl1497" • diongillard - "Coral 1" • PIRO4D - "wave sea ocean" • MartinStr - "air bubbles diving underwater" • SoraZG - "Salt-(sea)_B130623"

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