Is all that chemistry dangerous?

Is all that chemistry dangerous?

This lesson helps to explain chemical reactions.

Chemistry

Author: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea

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Keywords

chemical reaction, reaction, physical change, chemical symbol, formula, chemical equation, change of state, fusion, decomposition, conservation of mass, state of matter, stoichiometry, battery, molecular compound, ionic compound, compound, periodic table, metals, nonmetals, reagent, product, sodium hydroxide, iron, sulphur, iron sulphide, copper sulphate, magnesium, magnesium oxide, experiment, test tube, chemistry, physics, general chemistry, biology

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