How To: Balance a chemical equation step-by-step

Balance a chemical equation step-by-step

This is a video tutorial in the Education category where you are going to learn how to balance a chemical equation step-by-step. The left side of the equation is called the reactants and the right side is the new products. What will be new products when silver nitrate reacts with ferric chloride? The left side will be written as Ag NO3 + Fe Cl. The valence of Ag is +1, NO3 is -1, Fe is +3 and Cl is -1. On the right side the silver cannot go with iron because both are positive. So, it will be Ag Cl + Fe NO3 on the right side. But, you are not done yet. Watch the video for the complete procedure for balancing the chemical equation.

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