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what is the difference between single displacement reaction and displacement reaction?

what is the difference between single displacement reaction and  displacement reaction?
 

Grade:10

1 Answers

Aadarsh Mohan Sinha
17 Points
2 months ago
A single displacement reaction reaction is a type of displacement reaction.
There are two types of displacement reactions :
1. Single Displacement Reaction
2. Double Displacement Reaction
 
Single Displacement Reaction : As mentioned previously, single displacement reaction is only a type of displacement reaction, so differentiating between the two is not possible.
 
Single displacement reactions are reactions where one reactant replaces part of the other:
AB + C → AC + B
An example is the reaction between iron and copper sulfate to produce iron sulfate and copper:
Fe + CuSO 4 → FeSO 4 + Cu
 
2. Double Displacement Reaction: 
Double displacement reactions are reactions where the cations and anions in the reactants switch partners to form products:
AB + CD → AD + CB
An example is the reaction between silver nitrate and sodium chloride to form silver chloride and sodium nitrate:
AgNO 3 + NaCl → AgCl + NaNO 3

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