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A series of free High School Chemistry Video Lessons.

In this lesson, we will learn

  • How to write a chemical equation from a word equation
  • How to balance a chemical equation

Chemical Equation
A chemical equation shows the reactants and the products of a chemical reaction. Balancing chemical equations is necessary because the same atoms should be present before and after the reaction, just in different arrangements. A balanced chemical equation is useful in showing us the ratios of reactants and products.

How to write a skeletal chemical equation.
How to write a chemical equation from a word equation.

How to easily write chemical equations.
Balancing Chemical Equations
Balancing chemical equations allows us to find the proper ratios of reactants and products within a chemical equation. In a balanced chemical equation, the same atoms are present on each side of the equation, but simply rearranged. A balanced chemical equation has the same number of atoms of each element on both reactant and product sides of the equation
How to balance a chemical equation. This video explains the basics of balancing chemical equations. A visual guide shows you how to change coefficients to balance the atoms in reactants and products.

A chemistry tutorial designed to help learn the basic principles of balancing chemical equations, along with examples and methods of balancing different chemical equations.

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