Balancing Equations on the Web for the Regular Class

October 07, 2010
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Try the following web sites for practice on balancing chemical equations;

1. Jefferson Lab – try 5 “beginner”, 10 “intermediate” and 15 “advanced” level problems.

2. Mark Bishop’s Equation Balancing – 20 examples with “hints” if you need them.

3. Science Geek – 20, simple examples.

4. California State University – PLENTY of (harder) examples here. Some challenging.

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