If I ask you to write an equation representing a chemical reaction, you must first know:
a) the symbols and formulas of all reactants and products.
b) none of the above.
c) the amount of moles of all compounds involved.
d) the molar mass of all the reactants and products.
e) the atomic mass of each atom involved.
Chemical Reactions and Equations:
Chemical reactions can be described succinctly using chemical equations. There exist three types of chemical equation: the molecular equation, showing all species in their entirety, the overall ionic equation, indicating the ionic species dissociated into their constituent ions, and the net ionic equation, in which the spectator ions (those present on both the reactants side and the products side) are omitted.
Answer and Explanation: 1
To write out a chemical reaction, the chemist must first know the symbols and formulas of all reactants and products. Then, the symbols (in the case...
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Learn about chemical equations. Understand how chemical equations represent chemical reactions, and explore components of chemical equations through examples.