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What is the difference between Reactants and Products?

Asked by B. Wright, Last updated: Sep 14, 2020

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C. Lopez

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Answered Aug 22, 2019

Reactants and products are the two primary elements of a chemical reaction. Reactants are the starting medium of a chemical reaction. Products are the chemical species that can be found after the conclusion of the reaction. The primary variance between reactants and products is that reactants are disbursed during the response, and products are molded from the reaction.

Reactants and products are the two primary elements of a chemical reaction. Reactants are the
The number of reactants presents in the reaction mixture decrease either rapidly or slowly during the reaction. The reactants of these reactions are acids and bases, and the reactants are oxidizing agents and reducing agents. Buffer solutions are used to maintain the pH of the reaction mixture. In decomposition reactions, reactants are large molecules than the products of that reaction.

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