What is the substance that enters into a chemical reaction called?

1 Answer
Jul 18, 2017

Answer:

#"A reactant.........?"#

Explanation:

And a chemical equation is represented by a chemical equation:

#"Reactants"# #rarr# #"Products"#

And all chemical reactions observe stoichiometry:

#"MASS is CONSERVED"#

#"CHARGE is CONSERVED"#

And so if you start with #10*g# or #1000*g# of neutral reactant, you will finish with #10*g# or #1000*g# of neutral product. And this principle has been observed in EACH and EVERY chemical process ever performed or observed.