Chemical Reactions CLOZE style notes.

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Name ____________________Aaron S. EvansChemistryChapter 9 Chemical EquationsWhen a substance undergoes a chemical __________, it takes part in a __________ reaction.After it reacts, it no longer has the same chemical identity. 9.1 Describing Chemical ReactionsChemical reactions involve changing ____________________Chemical Equation - a ____________________ notation that includes as much ____________________as possible about what happens in a chemical reactionA substance that undergoes a reaction is called a _________________When reactants undergo chemical change, each new substance formed is called the _______________Word EquationsThe simplest way to represent a reaction is by using ____________ to describe all the reactants and products, with an _______________ placed between them to represent changeReactants are placed to the __________of the arrow and products are placed to the __________ of the arrowPlus _____________are used to ________________ reactants and also to separate productsYou read the arrow as "yields" , "_______________" or "react to form"ExampleIron + Oxygen Iron (III) oxide_______________ Equations - a represe

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