Question #6c173

Apr 7, 2017

See the explanation below.

Explanation:

$\text{2H"_2"O + O"_2}$$\rightarrow$$\text{2H"_2"O"_2}$ $\Leftarrow$ $\textcolor{red}{\text{synthesis reaction}}$

$\text{O"_2 + "2CO}$$\rightarrow$${\text{2CO}}_{2}$ $\Leftarrow$ $\textcolor{red}{\text{synthesis reaction}}$

$\text{2KClO"_3}$$\rightarrow$$\text{2KCl + 3O"_2}$ $\Leftarrow$ $\textcolor{b l u e}{\text{decomposition reaction}}$

Notes:
I changed the formula for the product of the first reaction to $\text{H"_2"O"_2}$. Water is not a correct product when water reacts with oxygen gas. The correct product is hydrogen peroxide.

Synthesis reactions can also be called combination reactions.