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Balancing equations                               NaNO3    NaNO2+O2

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A chemical equation is nothing but a symbolic representation which shows a given chemical reaction in the form of chemical symbol and formula of the elements which are present in the reactant species on the left hand side of the reaction equation and the product species are present on the right hand side of the equation.

Step 2

A balanced chemical equation for a given chemical reaction is the one in which the number of atoms for each of the elements present on both the reactant and the product hand side of the equation are equal .

Step 3

The given chemical reaction shows the decomposition reaction of ...

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