Hi all! My chemistry class is learning about types of chemical reactions right now, and I came across something in the unpacked common core that confused me. Under standard Chm.2.2.3, "Analyze the law of conservation of matter and how it applies to various types of chemical equations (synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement, and combustion)" was this objective:
- Use reference table rules to predict products for all types of reactions to show the conservation of mass.
To what reference table are they referring? There are countless chemistry reference tables, and I haven't found one directly for the common core. I thought it might mean solubility rules, but those are mentioned by name in another objective shortly after. Any ideas?