Single Displacement

What is single displacement

This is a type of reaction when one element replaces another element in a chemical reaction. On the left side of the equation, all of the elements are pure plus an aqueous compound.

An Example

Double Displacement

This is the same thing as single displacement. But instead of replacing just one of the elements, you are going to be switching out multiple elements at a time.

An Example

How it works

The more reactive element replaces the less reactive element. This is because of the reactivity of the element.

The way that this relates to my life is it is able to make new substances which I could figure out where it all came from.

http://amrita.olabs.edu.in/?sub=73&brch=3&sim=81&cnt=1

https://www.khanacademy.org/science/chemistry/chemical-reactions-stoichiome/types-of-chemical-reactions/a/single-replacement-reactions

Single Displacement

A + BC —> B + AC

A plus bc to b plus ac is single development. Yeah




To the tune of Killer Queen. 

Double Displacement

AB + CD –> CB + AD

It’s another version of Cris-cross!!