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Chemistry, 02.12.2019 23:02

How is a chemical equation used to represent a chemical reaction?

1. the atoms on the left side of the arrow are different from the atoms on the right, but are arranged similarly.

2. the atoms on the left side of the arrow are different from the atoms on the right, and are arranged differently.

3. the atoms on the left side of the arrow are the same as the atoms on the right, but are arranged differently.

4. the atoms on the left side of the arrow are the same as the atoms on the right, and are arranged the same.

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