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This is a series of lectures in videos covering Chemistry topics taught in High Schools.

Single Displacement Reactions Part 1
The following episode looks at the type of reaction called Single Displacement reactions. These reactions involve single molecules in the reactants and a different single molecule in the products. Keep in mind that if a metal is single in the reactants, the other metal will become single in the products (AS LONG AS if it follows the Activity series for metals). If a non-metal is single in the reactants , the other non-metal will be single in the products. Don't forget the cross over rule when writing the ionic compound.
Single Displacement Reactions Part 2
The following episode looks at the type of reaction called Single Displacement reactions. These reactions involve single molecules in the reactants and a different single molecule in the products. Keep in mind that if a metal is single in the reactants, the other metal will become single in the products (AS LONG AS if it follows the Activity series for metals). If a non-metal is single in the reactants , the other non-metal will be single in the products. Don't forget the cross over rule when writing the ionic compound.



Chemistry Tutorial 8.02c: Redox Reactions: Single Replacement
This video explains how single replacement reactions work, and how to identify the oxidized and reduced species, as well as the spectator ion.
Chemistry Tutorial 8.02d: Redox Reactions Demonstrations
This video provides some real-life examples of redox reactions.


 

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