double displacement reaction is when the 2 compounds exchange their positive ions.
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Double displacement reactions may be defined as the chemical reactions in which one component each of both the reacting molecules is exchanged to form the products. During this reaction, the cations and anions of two different compounds switch places, forming two entirely different compounds.

Double displacement reactions generally take place in aqueous solutions in which the ions precipitate and there is
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AgNO3+HCl---> AgCl+HNO3

in double displacement reactions, one component of each reactant is exchanged with the other to give the product.
the above reaction is an example.
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