Conservation of Mass

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Conservation of Mass

During a chemical reaction, the is no difference in the amount of atoms. No atoms are destroyed and no atoms are created.

The atoms are the same on each side of the equation. The type of atoms also stays the same.

No mass is lost or gained in a reaction and this is how the mass is conserved.

The mass of the reactants should equal the mass of the products.

The mass is conserved in a


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