**6CO2+6H2O=C6H12O6+6O2**

explanation of the chemical equation

chemical formulas

1. 6Co2 2. 6H2O 3. C6H12O6 4. 6O2

compound names

Co = carbon dioxide H2O = water C6H12O6 = glucose O2 = oxygen

reactants

products

6CO2 + 6H2o C6H12O6 + 6O2

subscripts

coefficients

6

CO

2

+

6

H

2

O = C

6

H

12

O

6

+

6

O

2

number of atoms

balanced equation

1.

write down the equation 6CO2 + 6H2O = C6H12O6 +6O2

2.

list all the elements and how many C= 6 C= 6

atoms for each element on both the O= 18 O= 18

reactant side and the product side H= 12 H= 12

3.

compare if each side has the same

number of atoms.

Law of Conservation of Mass

A balanced equation represents the law because the law states that an chemical equation can't destroy or create mass. The equation has the same mass if it is balanced.

Evidences of a chemical reaction

C

ity- color change

G

irls- gas production

L

ove- light, sound, smell

T

heir- temperature change

P

hones- precipitate

How to.....

I was able to determine the number of atoms in the equation by multiply the coefficients by the number of atoms in the formula that follows it

(6Co)

. Also the subscripts tell how many of that one compound in the equation that it follows

(Co2)

.

The reactants combine together to produce the product.

the chemical reaction that occurred was double displacement because two different molecules switched places.

6

C

O

2 + 6H2O =

C

6H12O6 + 6

O

2