The numbers preceding the element or compound in a chemical equation are coefficients.For example, 2Mg + 3Al means that there are two magnesium atoms (or two moles of magnesium) and three aluminum atoms (or three moles of aluminum). Most importantly, the 2 and 3 reflect the ratio of magnesium to aluminum in the equation.
All numbers from 1 to 998 precede the number 999.
Precede the number with a single quote.
No, precede is a verb.
Precede is a verb.
The antonym of precede is follow.
There is no homophone for the word precede.