Chemical Reaction Symbols Review Question Preview (ID: 41422)


Review Your Knowledge Of The Different Reaction Symbols To Study Them.

In a chemical equation, the symbol → means
a) means the substance is in a liquid state
b) an alternative way of representing a substance in a gaseous state
c) indicates a precipitate formed by a reaction
d) Read yields or produces. Used to separate reactants (on the left) from products (on the right).

In a chemical equation, the symbol Δ written over an arrow means
a) indicates a precipitate formed by a reaction
b) change
c) indicates the application of heat to the reactants
d) means no reaction will take place.

In a chemical equation, the symbol (↑) means
a) an alternative way of representing a substance in a gaseous state
b) an alternative way of representing a substance in a liquid state
c) an alternative way of representing a substance in a solid state
d) a formation of a precipitate

Write the symbol used in a chemical equation that means reactants or products in the aqueous state, or dissolved in water.
a) (aq)
b) (g)
c) (l)
d) (s)

In a chemical equation, the symbol ⇄ means
a) the reaction is reversible
b) means the substance is in a solid state
c) means no reaction will take place.
d) designates an aqueous solution; the substance is dissolved H₂O; placed after the chemical formula

What is the symbol used in a chemical equation that means a reactant or product in the liquid state?
a) (s)
b) (l)
c) water
d) (g)

What symbol can be used in a chemical equation to separate multiple reactants or multiple products?
a) =
b) (s)
c) +
d) *

The symbol (s) in a chemical equation means
a) the substance is in a solid state
b) substance is in a liquid state
c) substance is lost to atmosphere in reaction
d) a catalyst was used

If a chemical formula is written above the arrow in a chemical equation, what does that chemical formula indicate?
a) indicates a precipitate formed by a reaction
b) indicates the application of heat to the reactants
c) an alternative way of representing a substance in a gaseous state
d) the chemical is a catalyst in the reaction

In a chemical equation, the symbol (↓) means
a) indicates a precipitate formed by a reaction
b) (g)
c) an alternative way of representing a substance in a gaseous state
d) Read yields or produces. Used to separate reactants (on the left) from products (on the right).

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