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Posted by Claire on Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at 9:56pm.

What type of reaction is CS2(g)+O2(g)= CO2(g)+S2O4(aq)+HEAT?

A) Synthesis
B) Decomposition
C) Single Replacement
D) Double Replacement
E) Combustion
F) Redox Reaction

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