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What type of reactant typify compostion reactions?

You need to clarify your question for me. I haven't heard of composition rreactions. Perhaps I know it by another name.

In the real world, there is no "typical" reactant in composition reactions.

In the construct world of first year chemistry, one often sees elements in composition (synthesis) reactions:

Na + Cl >>>NaCl

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