Displacement and Disproportionation reactions

Mind mape showing the various types of reactions for displacement and disproportionation reactions, with some more information on the side.

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  • Created on: 27-11-13 18:09
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  • CL2
    • CL2+2NAOH-> NaCl+H2O
      • Cl2+NaOH make house hold bleach
        • - Oxidises coloured compounds to turn theminto colourless compounds
    • Cl2+H20-> HCl+HClO
      • Used for Treatment in Water
        • Bacteria in water are  killed by the slow decomposition of Chloric (1) Acid
      • HClO->HCL+O
        • O2 kills bacteria
    • Cl2+2NaBr--2NaCl+Br
      • Ionic Equations
        • Cl2(aq)+2Br-(aq)-> 2Cl-(aq) + Br2
        • Br2+2I-(aq) -> I2 + 2Br-(aq)
          • Iodine at end of equation would be BROWN
          • Bromine at start of equation would be ORANGE
      • Displacement/Redox: a more reactive halogen takes the place of a less reactive halogen in a compound
        • Br2+2I-(aq) -> I2 + 2Br-(aq)
          • Iodine at end of equation would be BROWN
          • Bromine at start of equation would be ORANGE
        • Cl2(aq) + 2I-(aq) -> 2Cl- + I(aq)
          • Iodine at end of equation would be BROWN
          • Chlorine at beginning of equation would be PALE GREEN
        • Cl2+2NaI -> 2NaCl + I2
          • Cl2(aq) + 2I-(aq) -> 2Cl- + I(aq)
            • Iodine at end of equation would be BROWN
            • Chlorine at beginning of equation would be PALE GREEN
    • Cl2+2NaI -> 2NaCl + I2
      • Halogen colour in CYCLOHEXANE
        • Chlorine
        • Bromine
        • Iodine
      • Disproportionation: when the same element in a reaction is both oxidised and reduced
        • CL2+2NAOH-> NaCl+H2O
          • Cl2+NaOH make house hold bleach
            • - Oxidises coloured compounds to turn theminto colourless compounds
        • Cl2+H20-> HCl+HClO
          • Used for Treatment in Water
            • Bacteria in water are  killed by the slow decomposition of Chloric (1) Acid
          • HClO->HCL+O
            • O2 kills bacteria

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