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I'm looking for a software which can solve chemical equations. For example something like this (given with result):

\begin{align} \ce{CH4 + 2O2 & → CO2 + 2H2O} \\ \ce{C3H6 + HCl & → C3H7Cl} \end{align}

Is there are such software? I'm studying chemistry as a hobby and want to check if I'm doing the reactions correct.

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closed as not constructive by ManishEarth Dec 22 '12 at 21:29

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I'm sorry, but this question is of the "make-a-list" type and thus needs to be closed. Please read the faq before posting :) – ManishEarth Dec 22 '12 at 21:28
Other questions like this one were not closed and seem to be helpful, see: Why not re-open this question? – Rich Apodaca Feb 12 '13 at 20:46
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No, there is no such thing as chemical reaction are not that easily predictable. You can get result right in some cases, but it is impossible to count all factors.

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