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A molecular formula is a form of showing... Which elements are in a molecule and how many atoms are in a molecule.
How can we tell how many atoms of an element are in a molecule? By the subscript.
In our molecule kits, a molecule with all of its holes filled and rods connected represents what? A stable molecule.
What are the parts going into a chemical reaction called? Reactants
What are the parts created in a chemical reaction called? Products
Which statement is true about chemical reactions: The molecules in the reactants are the same as the molecules in the products. -Or- The atoms in the reactants are the same as the atoms in the products. The atoms in the reactants are the same as the atoms in the products.
What would be the correct chemical equation that represents the statement: Two molecules of hydrogen react with one molecule of oxygen to produce two molecules of water? 2H+O2 ------> 2H2O
What is the law of conservation of matter? Matter can not be created nor destroyed.
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