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In the chemical equation
Zn + 2HCL-->ZnCl(little2) + H(little2)
the reactants are what?

zinc chloride and hydrogen
zinc and hydrogen carbonate
zinc chlorate and water
zinc and hydrochloric acid






The reactants are on the left, products on the right. HCl is hydrochloric acid

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  1. the reactant are on the left, the product on the right HCL is hydrochloric acid.

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