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Dear Prof Scott

1. Is there a dedicated website which can list all balancing chemical equations ?.

2. Can we perform in chemistry Labs for all the listed Chemical equations reactions - reactants on left hand side to give us the required products on the right hand side ?.

3. The Products derived from the reactants can be useful for creating new medicines, drugs ?.

4. Rutherford's periodic table of elements can be a useful reference model for balancing chemical equations ?.

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar

1. To find an answer to this, ask a chemistry professor.

2. As far as I know, all reactions can be done, but not all of them can be done anywhere.
If done so, they might cause fires, generate electrical damage, melt the pot they were in,
and even more accidents that I haven't thought of.

3. Yes, there are companies that are devoted to developing new drugs.  Do to the fact that humans tend to build up a resistance to some of the old drugs, they find even more ways to do it.  After being to the hospital many times for various problems, there have been some where they gave me a choice of which medication to take.  They have also varied they type between an inhaler, a shot, and / or a pill.

4. The column number in the periodic table gives a rough idea of the charge, but in a few elements it varies.  A good place to look is\  A few of the exceptions are Hydrogen, which also can have a charge of -1, Chromium, which can have a charge of +3, and

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