Substances on the Left Side of a Chemical Equation?

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In a chemical equation, the substances on the left side are called the reactants. The substances on the right hand side of the equation are called products. In most cases these are reversible.
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The substances on the left side of a chemical equation are the. reactants. The right hand side substances are the products. i.e. A + B - C + D. (reactants) (products)
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Reactant is the substance that undergoes change
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Chemical equations are written with the chemical formulas for each reactant on the left side of the equation and the chemical formula for the products on the right side of the equation
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The substances on the left of the chemical equation are the reactants. Substances on the right of a chemical equation are the products.
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