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chemical equation

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(Chemistry) a representation of a chemical reaction using symbols of the elements to indicate the amount of substance, usually in moles, of each reactant and product
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Anatomy of a chemical equation Chemists record chemical changes and reactions by combining symbols to create a chemical equation.
He noted that rising levels in the oceans were not just a political issue; it was also more than balancing a chemical equation.
Love is more a chemical equation than a coming together of hearts," says Dr Melanie Schlatter, Consultant health psychologist in Dubai.
The key metals in the battery are common vanadium and magnesium, the professor explained as he chalked a basic chemical equation on the board.
The authors concluded that using these diagrams facilitated deeper conceptual understanding of chemical reactions in place of the overall chemical equation.
According the presented chemical equation we can obtain by anaerobic fermentation from 1 kmol of 100% glucose 6 kmol (134.
Bargaining to strike a deal in Damascus, whether in the world of commerce or politics, is defined by a few basic rules: The process takes time, it often requires third parties to come in and out of the picture like catalysts in a chemical equation, some gains are not calculated immediately but materialize later, and a deal is consummated only if all sides obtain their key demands in a win-win situation.
By keeping this chemical equation balanced, pH can be maintained at the appropriate level.
Or maybe it was us, and the chemical equation, when complete, is a narrative of the balance that has occurred between two parts.
Well I'm assured that the chemical equation - a hybrid of logical and emotional thought - is not as complicated as it first looks.
This shifting equilibrium that occurs when the amount of a material on one side of a chemical equation changes we will here call "mass action.

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