Define Double Displacement Reactions and give one example. | web4study

Define Double Displacement Reactions and give one example.



Double Displacement reaction:

It is a chemical reaction in which two compounds exchange their partners. So that two new compounds are formed. Usually, there is an exchange if ionic radicals. 

EXAMPLE:

Sodium chloride (NaCl) and silver Nitrate (AgN03) react exchanging their partners form two different compounds silver chloride (AgCI) and Sodium Nitrate (NaNo3)

 


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