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Explain how a molecular equation, a complete ionic equation, and a net ionic equation

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Explain how a molecular equation, a complete ionic equation, and a net ionic equation differ

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Chemistry Lecture Notes 11/15/16 Polymers Plastic, foam, nylon Large chain molecules made up of monomers (smaller molecules) We use plastic rather than glass bottles today (safer, require less materials) Glass is heavier and would cost more to transfer Recycled water bottles do not get reused for food grade plastic Plastic materials can be made to flow under heat and pressure...

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