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A combination reaction (also known as a synthesis reaction) is a reaction where two or more elements or compounds (reactants) combine to form a single compound (product).

Such reactions may be represented by equations of the following form: X + Y XY.


Here X and Y are the reactants and XY is the product.


Eg:


A dissociation reaction is a chemical reaction where a compound breaks apart into two or more parts.


The general formula for a dissociation reaction follows the form: AB A + B.


Dissociation reactions are usually reversible chemical reactions.


Eg:


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