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Redox reaction between Mn and HNO3


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Firechicken18--- don't forget to count atoms and charge.  The number of atoms of each element have to be the same on both sides of the equation (unless, of course, you are converting matter to energy or vice versa  which we don;t much do in chemical reactions).  Notice how Amphibole has made sure the number of atoms on each side of each element are the same.

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On 03/02/2018 at 2:44 PM, OldChemE said:

Firechicken18--- don't forget to count atoms and charge.  The number of atoms of each element have to be the same on both sides of the equation (unless, of course, you are converting matter to energy or vice versa  which we don;t much do in chemical reactions).  Notice how Amphibole has made sure the number of atoms on each side of each element are the same.

Ok. But I have the correct reaction?

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