Post a New Question

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

posted by on .

IN A BALANCED CHEMICAL EQUATION,THE MASS OF THE REACTANTS IS EQUAL TO
A.ATOMS IN A MOLECULE
B.ATOMIC MASS OF THE ELEMENTS
C.VOLUME OF THE PRODUCTS
D.MASS OF THE PRODUCTS

  • PHYSICAL SCIENCE - ,

    d?

  • PHYSICAL SCIENCE - ,

    I would choose d also.

  • PHYSICAL SCIENCE - ,

    Looks like it's D, but B is quite goofy. If they mean the mass of the elements in the reactant side only, then I think it's true, of course that also including the number of moles of each element in the balanced equation.

    Just a side note, in a real world, D is never true, it is only an ideal concept in a "perfect" world.

Answer This Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

More Related Questions

Post a New Question