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Name the two types of numbers found in a chem. equation Coefficient and Subscript
How do you balance an equation? Make both chemicals on each side the same amount
What does the little number below a chemical mean? How much of that chemical is there
Do you Multiply, Divide, Subtract, or Add to Balance a Chem. Equation? Multiply
What Lessons have we learned so far that involves balancing chemicals? Chemical Equations and Acids & Bases
What on the pH scale can balance 7? Nothing,it's already equal
Name these chemicals: Na, C, H, O, N, and Cl. (In that order) Sodium, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Carbon, Nitrogen, and Chlorine
What is Water on the pH scale? 7
How much Hydrogen Atoms in H2O? 2
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