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Chapter 11: Chemical Reactions

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
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Chapter Overview

All chemical reactions can be described by a chemical equation, which shows how reactants are converted into products. Chemical equations may be word equations or skeleton equations, but must be balanced in order to be useful to a chemist. Balancing a chemical equation means adding coefficients in front of chemical formulas until each element has the same number of atoms on both sides of the equation. Chemical reactions generally fall into one of five types: combination, decomposition, single-replacement, double-replacement, or combustion. Knowledge of the types of reactions allows one to predict the products of many chemical reactions.

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Pacing the Lessons

Lesson Class Period(s) (60 min)
11.1 Chemical Equations 1 – 2
11.2 Types of Chemical Reactions 2 – 3

Chemistry Concepts

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FlexBook® Lesson Chemistry Concepts
11.1 Chemical Equations 11.1 – 11.3
11.2 Types of Chemical Reactions 11.4 – 11.9

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Difficulty Level:
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Date Created:
Aug 12, 2014
Last Modified:
May 07, 2015
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