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Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass in terms of the atoms and bonds in a chemical reaction???
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Explain the Law of Conservation of Mass in terms of the atoms and bonds in a chemical reaction???
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Well in a chemical reaction if you have n1 amount of Element A and n2 amount of chemical B to make chemical C you will always have n1+n2 amount left over of A, B and C. THat is a closed reaction.  Well actually I will just say what the first person to state this said. If you Burn Paris to the ground and collect all the smoke and ashes, it will equal the amount of paris before it was burnt to the ground.
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IDK if that helped or if confused you more, if so i am sorry
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Its good, any help i can get is great. Thank you.
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THanks for the medal :)
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