Suppose zinc combined with hydrochloric acid and produced zinc chloride and hydrogen gas in the following equation Zn
+2Hci >zncl2+h2 According to the equation, how many HCl molecules are needed to fulfill the conservation of mass?

Suppose zinc combined with hydrochloric acid and produced zinc chloride and hydrogen gas in the following equation Zn
+2Hci >zncl2+h2 According to the equation, how many HCl molecules are needed to fulfill the conservation of mass?

Suppose zinc combined with hydrochloric acid and produced zinc chloride and hydrogen gas in the following equation According to the equation, there are 2 HCl molecules are needed to fulfill the conservation of mass.

Suppose zinc combined with hydrochloric acid and produced zinc chloride and hydrogen gas in the following equation Zn +2Hci >zncl2+h2 According to the equation, how many HCl molecules are needed to fulfill the conservation of mass?

Suppose zinc combined with hydrochloric acid and produced zinc chloride and hydrogen gas in the following equation According to the equation, there are 2 HCl molecules are needed to fulfill the conservation of mass.

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