1. Define what a decomposition reaction is: htaction in n 9 2. Synthesis reactions that use water in the reaction are ddralion Rodton 3. Collectively decomposition reactions are referred to as Calalomiomm C. Reversible Reactions 1. A chemical reaction in which the reaction can proceed from or from to to D. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions 1. Chemical reactions that result from the exchange of olootarce 2. The loss of an electron by a reactant is referred to as 3. refers to the gain of an electron by a reactant. E. Energy 1. Stored energy that is not doing work is called 2. Energy that is actually working and moving matter is 3. Mechanical Energy ina a. Results from the otal amnn of CoienH al and 4. Chemical Energy a. Potential energy stored 5. Heat Energy a. Energy that flows Speed of Chemical Reactions a. The activation energy is b. Substances that increase the rate of chemical reactions without being 6. used up in the reaction are called 1. Enzymes are Created by of ty C Page 3 of9

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1.
Define what a decomposition reaction is: htaction in n
9
2. Synthesis reactions that use water in the reaction are ddralion Rodton
3. Collectively decomposition reactions are referred to as Calalomiomm
C. Reversible Reactions
1. A chemical reaction in which the reaction can proceed from
or from
to
to
D. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
1. Chemical reactions that result from the exchange of olootarce
2. The loss of an electron by a reactant is referred to as
3.
refers to the gain of an electron by a reactant.
E. Energy
1. Stored energy that is not doing work is called
2. Energy that is actually working and moving matter is
3. Mechanical Energy
ina
a. Results from the otal amnn of CoienH al and
4. Chemical Energy
a.
Potential energy stored
5. Heat Energy
a. Energy that flows
Speed of Chemical Reactions
a. The activation energy is
b. Substances that increase the rate of chemical reactions without being
6.
used up in the reaction are called
1. Enzymes are
Created by
of
ty C
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1. Define what a decomposition reaction is: htaction in n 9 2. Synthesis reactions that use water in the reaction are ddralion Rodton 3. Collectively decomposition reactions are referred to as Calalomiomm C. Reversible Reactions 1. A chemical reaction in which the reaction can proceed from or from to to D. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions 1. Chemical reactions that result from the exchange of olootarce 2. The loss of an electron by a reactant is referred to as 3. refers to the gain of an electron by a reactant. E. Energy 1. Stored energy that is not doing work is called 2. Energy that is actually working and moving matter is 3. Mechanical Energy ina a. Results from the otal amnn of CoienH al and 4. Chemical Energy a. Potential energy stored 5. Heat Energy a. Energy that flows Speed of Chemical Reactions a. The activation energy is b. Substances that increase the rate of chemical reactions without being 6. used up in the reaction are called 1. Enzymes are Created by of ty C Page 3 of9