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What is a double displacement reaction?


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Double displacement Reactions

  • Double displacement reactions are those in which two chemical substances react by exchanging ions to produce two new molecules.
  • Positive ions exchange negative ions in the double displacement process.
  • Ionic chemicals dissolved in water undergo a lot of double displacement processes.
  • The general equation represents a twofold displacement reaction.
  • Atoms from two distinct compounds swap positions in a double displacement process.

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