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Question-1 What is the method of balancing chemical equation? Solution: Hit and trial method is used for balancing simple chemical equations. Question-2 Why is it necessary to balance a chemical equation? Solution: We know that, according to the law of conservation of mass, the total mass of all the atoms present in the reactants should be equal to that of all the atoms present in the products.
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An updated version of the Chemical Equations module is available. To view it, go here. Chemical reactions happen all around us: when we light a match, start a car, eat dinner, or walk the dog. A chemical reaction is the process by which substances bond together or break bonds and, in doing so, either release or consume energy see our Chemical Reactions module.
A chemical equation is something you will encounter every day in chemistry. It's a written representation, using numbers and symbols, of the process that occurs during a chemical reaction. A chemical equation is written with the reactants on the left side of an arrow and the products of the chemical reaction on the right.