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Compare decomposition reactions with combustion reactions?

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Rebecca Murray-WatsonUniversity of Cambridge graduate with a range of teaching experiences.45 students helped

Decomposition reactions are reactions in which one reactant breaks down at least two products. AB -> A + B This may be because the reactant is energ

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In decomposition reactions a single reactant is broken down into two or more products, there are all sorts of decomposition reactions such as therma

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Decomposition reactions see the reactant(s) break down into the product(s) Combustion reactions involve the reactant(s) reacting with oxygen