Chemistry
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Question

The law of conservation of mass is also called as:

  1. Law of indefinite proportion
  2. Law of indestructibility of matter
  3. Law of constant mass
  4. All of these

hintHint:

Mass can neither be created nor destroyed.

The correct answer is: Law of indestructibility of matter


    • According to this law, the total mass of the products remains the same as the total mass of the reactants, regardless of any physical or chemical change.
    • The law of conservation of mass is also known as the "Law of the indestructibility of matter". The Law of Conservation of Matter is the law that the amount of matter does not change when the form changes.

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