Problem: The statement, “In a chemical reaction, no matter is neither created nor destroyed.” Is called a. The Law of Conservation of Mass b. Dalton’s Atomic Theory c. The Scientific Methods d. The Law of Multiple Proportions e. The Law of Definite Proportions

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The statement, “In a chemical reaction, no matter is neither created nor destroyed.” Is called

a. The Law of Conservation of Mass

b. Dalton’s Atomic Theory

c. The Scientific Methods

d. The Law of Multiple Proportions

e. The Law of Definite Proportions

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