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A nuclear equation in which the sums of the subscripts (atomic number or particle charge) on both sides of the equation are equal and the sums of the superscripts (mass number) on both sides of the equation are equal.
 
A nuclear equation in which the sums of the subscripts (atomic number or particle charge) on both sides of the equation are equal and the sums of the superscripts (mass number) on both sides of the equation are equal.
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[[Category: Chemistry]]
 
[[Category: Chemistry]]
 
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A nuclear equation in which the sums of the subscripts (atomic number or particle charge) on both sides of the equation are equal and the sums of the superscripts (mass number) on both sides of the equation are equal.


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