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What Are the Limitations of a Chemical Equation ? - Chemistry

What are the limitations of a chemical equation ?

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Solution

  1. It does not inform about the physical states of the reactants and the product i.e. whether they are solids, liquids and gases.
  2. It does not inform about the concentration of reactants and products.
  3. It does not inform about the time taken for the completion of the reaction.
  4. It does not inform about the rate at which a reaction proceeds.
  5. It does not inform about the heat changes during the reaction i. e. whether the heat is given out or absorbed.
  6. It does not inform about the conditions such as temperature, pressure, catalyst etc. which affect the reaction.
  7. It does not inform about the nature of the reaction i.e. whether it is reversible or irreversible.
Concept: Limitations of a Chemical Equation:Catalyst, Conditions
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Selina Concise Chemistry Class 8 ICSE
Chapter 5 Language of Chemistry
Exercise | Q 7.3 | Page 67
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