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Inorganic reactions may be classified as following types:
1. Ions exchange reaction: This might be divided as Double-Displacement, Neutralization and Gas displacement.
Each reaction has reactants that react with each other to form compounds called products. In most cases, the reactants are compounds. Each of the reacting compound lends one molecule/compound for exchange with the molecule/compound offered by the other compound. Anions and cations of compounds change their placement to react and form altogether different compounds. This type of reaction is also called metasynthesis or double replacement.
When an acid reacts with a base, the resulting product is salt and water. This reaction is called neutralization reaction.
The reaction in which a salt reacts with an acid, the resulting product is in the gaseous form.
2. Decomposition Reaction: A decomposition reaction is a type of chemical reaction in which a single compound breaks down into two or more elements or new compounds. These reactions often involve an energy source such as heat, light, or electricity that breaks apart the bonds of compounds.
Other reactions like Water addition reaction, redox and complexing is explained in details.
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