Chemical Reaction and Stoichiometry Questions

10th - 11th
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In this chemical reaction learning exercise, learners balance the given chemical reactions. Students decide which statements are true about chemical reactions. Learners also calculate the number of moles, grams, or molecules will be produced in a chemical reactions.

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