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Interactive video lesson plan for: Single Replacement Reactions Tutorial - Net Ionic Equations Chemistry

Activity overview:

This chemistry video tutorial explains how to write the products of a single replacement reaction and find the net ionic equation. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems for you to work on.

Here is a list of topics:
1. Single Replacement Reactions Overview - Element + Compound
2. Metal displacing another metal out of the solution
3. The activity series and metal reactivity
4. How to balance a chemical equation
5. Writing the total ionic equation of a single displacement reaction
6. Identifying the spectators ions
7. How to write the net ionic equation of a single replacement reaction
8. Single replacement reactions with halogens - chlorine and bromine
9. Metal with strong and weak acids - hydrogen gas evolution reactions
10. How to determine if the reaction will work using the activity series
11. How to find the phase of each compound using the solubility rules - soluble vs insoluble compounds - aqueous vs solid phase
12. oxidation and reduction - loss and gain of electrons
13. How to identify the oxidizing and reducing agent of a single replacement reaction
14. Ionization of strong and weak acids
15. Activity series of halogens

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