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Balancing Chemical Equations
Terms in this set (11)
In a chemical equation, where are the reactants located? Where are the products located?
Reactants are on the left
Products are on the right
What indicates the number of atoms each element has in a molecule?
What indicates how many molecules of each type are in a chemical reaction?
The number of atoms for each element must be _____ _______________ in both the reactant side and the product side of the equation.
the state of being in equal amounts
a compound used in cleaning products; made up of one atom of nitrogen and 3 atoms of hydrogen
the law of conservation of mass
the natural law that states that the equal amount of substance is present before and after a chemical reaction
How do you balance a chemical equation?
1. Identify the elements on each side
2. Count the number of atoms of each element on each side.
3. Use coefficients to balance the number of each type of atom
4. Double check the coefficients
What law does balanced chemical equations express? Why?
The law of conservation of mass
The amount of mass going into a chemical equation must be the same as the mass coming out of a chemical reaction.
If the mass of a group of substances before a chemical reaction is 430g, what is the mass of the substances after the chemical reaction?
What is the Haber Process?
the name of the process that makes ammonia. In order to make ammonia, 3 hydrogen atoms are added to 1 nitrogen atom.
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