Use this diagram / handout to illustrate to your students the art of balancing chemical equations and also show the difference in coefficients and subscripts in chemical equations.
This handout will literally show your students the atoms in the equations so they can see how equations are balanced.
Using this handout you can explain the difference in 2 NaCl and MgCl2.
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