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Recation in which energy is absorbed is ______________ reactants.
endothermic
The four factors that affect the reaction rate of a substance are __________, ___________, ___________ ______, and the presence of a _________ or ________.
temperature
concentration
surface area
catalyst
inhibitor
The minimum amount of energy needed for substances to react is called _____________ ________.
activation energy
________ changes during chemical reactions depending on the kind of chemical reaction energy is either absorbed or released.
Energy
HCO3- ______
___-hydroxide
NO3-______
____- carbonate
SO4- _______
_____-phosphate
Hydrogen carbonate
OH
nitrate
CO3
sulfate
PO4


________ reactions starts with two reactants and ends up with one product.

__________ _________ reaction starts with two reactants and ends up with two or more products.

___________ reaction starts with one reactant and ends up with two or more products.

___________ ______________ reaction starts with two reactants and ends with two or more products.
synthesis
single replacement
Decomposition
double replacement
The law of conservation of ______ states that ______ can be neither created nor destroyed.
energy
energy
Reactions that release energy are called ____________ reactions.
exothermic
1. A+BX >>>> AX+B
2. NaCl >>>> Na + Cl
3. 2Na + Cl >>>> 2NaCl
4. NaCl + AgF >>>> NaF + AgCl
single-replacement
decomposition
synthesis
double-replacement