• anonymous
what happens to bonds and atoms during a chemical change
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During a chemical reaction, when you react two atoms together, the display of the molecules will change. If A-B is reacted with C the product will give A + B-C or vice versa. If AB+CD--> AD+BC. In this process of rearrangement, the bonds are broken when present with other opposite charged atoms so it has to form new bonds to go back in its stable state. However, chemical reactants can shift differently depending on which reactants we are dealing with. If the reaction's rate is too slow, we speed it up with a catalyst, high temperature, or high concentration depending on the chemical reaction. For example, the making of Gaber process ts too difficult to make until Frtiz Haber invented the Haber process to convert 3 moles of H2 and N2 gases yielding to 2 moles of NH3. N2 + 3 H2 → 2 NH3 This is done by using a metal (generally pure iron) as a catalyst under high heat and pressure in order for bonds to for and break to create ammonia.

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