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which of the following accurately shows the correct terms for the two sides of a chemical equation, correctly placed to the left or to the right where they belong, and also shows the correct symbol
that is written between them? a. reactanta ->products, b. products = reactants, c. reactants = sum, d. sum -> reacants
which of the following accurately shows the correct terms for the two sides of a chemical equation, correctly placed to the left or to the right where they belong, and also shows the correct symbol that is written between them? a. [ reactants ->products. ]
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