Law of conservation, Chemistry, Microeconomics

Law of conservation of mass was proposed by Lavoisier & verified by Landolt. According to Law of conservation of mass law Matter is neither created nor destroyed in the course of chemical reaction though it may change one form to other and The total mass of materials after a chemical reaction is same as total mass before reaction.
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