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Explain Combination reaction with examples.
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Explain Combination reaction with examples.

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When two or more reactants combine with each other to form a new product it is called as combination reaction. Combination reaction is also known as synthesis reaction. For example hydrogen gets combined with chlorine to from hydro-chloride.
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