This chemistry video tutorial explains how to identify the products of a double replacement reaction from a sentence or word problem. It covers three types of double replacement reactions: Precipitation Reactions, Acid Base Neutralization Reactions, and Gas Evolution Reactions. This video explains how to balance the molecular equation, write the total ionic equation, identify the spectator ions and write the final net ionic equation. This tutorial contains plenty of examples and practice problems.
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