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The given below equation is an example of a balanced chemical equation.

Zn+HClZnCl2+H2


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True

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False

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Solution

The correct option is B

False


The above equation is not a balanced as the number of the chlorine atom and the hydrogen atom are not equal on the RHS and LHS.

The balanced equation will be:

Zn+2HClZnCl2+H2

Now in this equation, the number of zinc, chlorine and hydrogen atoms are balanced on both the LHS and RHS.


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