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Chemical equations


Law of Conservation of Mass a fundamental principle of science stating that mass cannot be created or destroyed.
Reactant the substances present before a chemical reaction occurs.
Product the substances that are formed during a chemical reaction.
Ionic Bond a chemical bond in which one atom gives electrons to another.
Covalent Bond a type of chemical bond in which electrons are shared by atoms.
Compound a chemical combination of two or more elements.
Subscript a symbol placed below & to the right of a written character.
Coefficient the number placed in front of a chemical formula to indicate the number of molecules present.
Balanced Chemical Equation a mathematical representation of a chemical process.
Chemical formula a set of symbols used t describe the elements within a substance.
Created by: sara.robinson