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Zn + HCl ?ZnCl2 + H2 What coefficient values will balance the reaction? A. 1,1,1,1 B. 1,2,1,1 C. 2,2,1,1 D. 1,1,2,2
The answer is B) 1,2,1,1
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User: Zn + HCl ?ZnCl2 + H2 What coefficient values will balance the reaction? A. 1,1,1,1 B. 1,2,1,1 C. 2,2,1,1 D. 1,1,2,2

Weegy: The answer is B) 1,2,1,1
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User: __N2 + __O2 + __H2O ? __HNO3 What coefficient values will balance the reaction? A. 2,5,2,4 B. 2,2,2,2 C. 2,2,1,2 D. 1,3,1,2

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User: What coefficient values will balance the reaction? Mg + O2 ?MgO A. 1,2,1 B. 1,2,2 C. 2,1,2 D. 1,1,2

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User: What do scientists use to describe chemical reactions? A. laws and theories B. synthesis C. the conservation of matter D. chemical equations

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