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Secondary III • 17d
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Hello, I need some guidance with this one. What would you recommend me starting with. Thank you so much for your help.

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    Team Alloprof • 17d

    Thank you for your question!


    The products of a chemical reaction are the substances that are produced by a chemical reaction. They are on the right side of the arrow in a chemical equation.


    The reactants of a chemical reaction are the substances that are used up by a chemical reaction. They are on the left side of the arrow in a chemical equation.


    The state of matter of a given substance in a chemical reaction can be known using the small letters in subscript next to the names of each substance in a chemical equation. g stands for gaseous, l (often written in cursive like this: 𐦪) stands for liquid, s stands for solid, and aq stands for aqueous.


    Don't hesitate if you have any more questions!