Combination reactions can be redox reactions.
The Redox 'Battlefield' is the Redox reactions mediated by bacteria.
Many metabolic reactions are reversible, and I don't think all metabolisms reactions are reversible.
yes redox reactions can takes place in living organisms
Not necessarily, but they may be.
Exorthemic and endorthemic reactions.
The redox reaction is split into its oxidation part and its reduction part.
There are a couple reversible reactions that occur in the container. For example, one of the reactions is that gas can be reversed to a solid.
redox reactions means which involves both oxidation and reduction reactions reactions.
The single elements in the reactants will have oxidation numbers of 0. Once they are in a compound, they will have different oxidation numbers. Not all combination reactions are redox reactions. If all the reactants are compounds, then they will not be redox reactions. For example: CaO + SO2 --> CaSO3
All physical changes are reversible.
A single displacement reaction is always a redox reaction, buta double displacement reaction is not a redox reaction.
Electron transfer reactions. reactions involving losing and gaining electrons
Yes, all combustion reactions are redox reactions because elemental oxygen is a reactant. (Silberberg, "Chemistry The Molecular Nature of Matter and Change" Fifth edition)
Balancing redox reactions is different from balancing other reactions because both the number of atoms and the amount of charge must be balanced.
double replacement reactions are never redox
A cell uses both glucose and oxygen in the redox reactions of cellular respiration.
chemical reactions are irreversible but physical changes are reversible
•Redox reactions can cause a change in volume •2Fe + 1.5 O2 > Fe2O3
Redox reactions - the clue is in the question
Redox reactions are electron transfer reactions.