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Using coefficients so the same number of each atom occurs in both reactants and products of a chemical equation.
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Balancing Chemical Equations
Atoms don't just appear and disappear into thin air, you silly goose. What are you, a magician? When we have a chemical equation we will have to balance it. Here's how to do it!
Professor Dave Explains
SCI.CHE.505 (Balancing Equations - Chemistry)
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