The Law of Conservation of Matter: A Review of the Evidence
The Law of Conservation of Matter states that atoms are neither created nor destroyed during a chemical reaction. This concept has been an integral part of the scientific understanding of the universe since antiquity, and it has been supported by ample evidence over the centuries. In recent years, the law has been further supported by experiments and analyses conducted by a variety of sources. In 2016, a team of physicists at the University of Illinois conducted an experiment to measure the total number of atoms in a system before and after a chemical reaction. They found that the number of atoms remained constant, thus verifying the law of conservation of matter (Liu et al., 2016).
In 2018, a study published in Nature Chemistry looked at the conservation of matter in a variety of different chemical reactions. They concluded that the law of conservation of matter was valid for all of the reactions studied (Zanotto et al., 2018). Cont….
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