This is the number before a chemical compound.
In a balanced chemical equation the number of molecules or atoms are specified.
The information in a balanced chemical equation shows how many moles of a reactant are involved in a reaction is the number appearing immediately before the formula for the reactant in question in the chemical equation. This number is called a "coefficient".
These data are given by the correct coefficients in the chemical equation.
In a balanced equation for the reaction, the coefficient appearing immediately before the formula for a reactant describes the number of moles of that reactant involved in the reaction shown by the equation.
The number before the chemical formula of the reactant.
The coefficient (not a subscript or superscript) placed immediately before the formula of the reactant in the equation shows how many moles of a reactant are involved in the reaction. If there is no explicit coefficient, a value of 1 for the coefficient is assumed. The coefficient in front of the molecule tells its relative number of moles.
The coefficient (the number in front of the reactant) tells you the number of moles involved.
It depends on the equation.
If the equation is balanced: The coefficient numbers in the equation show the number of molecules, formula units, or atoms of the species involved in the reaction. The coefficients also equal the number of moles of each reactant and product.
The coefficient in a balanced equation tells you the ratio of moles/molecules/etc of one reactant to the other reactants, and to the products. It gives you the stoichiometry of the reactions.
Balanced Chemical Equation is an equation in which the number of moles of reactant is equal to the moles of product .
the number and type of atoms of reactant and product are the same
A balanced equation shows how many moles of each reactant is needed to form a certain number of moles of product.
from a balanced chemical equation
Not quite. A properly balanced an equation indicates the number of atoms of any elemental product and any elementalreactant involved in a reaction, along with the number of molecules of any molecular compound product and any molecular compound reactant involved in the reaction. The original sentence is deficient because in any chemical reaction, there must be at least one non-elemental product or reactant.
The chemical formula for it is PbI2, but to have an equation there must be another reactant or specified phase.
A balanced equation indicates the chemical formulas for the substances involved in the reaction and the number of molecules or moles of each substance in the reaction. This enables a chemist to calculate the amount of each reactant needed to produce a desired quantity of product.
A balanced chemical equation describes the chemical nature of the reactants and products and the amount of each reactant used or product formed.
TNT is a compound, not an equation. Without knowing the reaction it is undergoing (and whether it is reactant or product) there is no way to answer.
In a complete and correctly balanced chemical equation you will have the coefficients for each reactant and product indicating the mole ratios as well as the phases of each reactant and product.
According to the "LAW OF CONSERVATION OF MASS" mass of atoms or molecules in the reactant side should be equal to that in the product side. So a chemical equation have to be balanced...
A balanced equation contains equal numbers of each elements on the reactant and the product side of the equation.A balanced chemical equation contains equal numbers of each element on the reactant and on the product side of the equation2H2 + O2 → 2H2OA balanced chemical equation is when both the products and the reactants are balanced, or have the same number of atoms on each side of the equation. For example:2H20 --> 2H2 + O2This means there are 2 water molecules as the reactants (before reaction) and 4 hydrogen and 2 oxygen atoms as the products (after reaction).Technically the equation wouldn't work in real life if it weren't correctly balanced.Since there is nothing "following", the answer must be NONE OF THEM.
In order to have a balanced equation, adding the reactant H2 And O2 (H2+O2) have to come out equal on the product side and the reactant side. This would look like H2+O2 = H2O2
It means a specific amount of a compound, reactant, or products in a balanced equation that you have.
same number of each type of atom on reactant/product side of the equation.