why is this a single replacement reaction


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Dec2-12, 10:27 PM
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the equation from my textbook: 2k+2H2O yields 2KOH+H2 why? I thought that such reactions are when one element swaps with another but in this case, there is an extra H2
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Dec3-12, 12:40 AM
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such reactions are when one element or ion swaps with another
Fixed.
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Dec3-12, 03:03 AM
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Look at water molecule - what is swapped with what?


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