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chapter 11 vocab

5 ATHENA ch 11 Scott Foresman 2008

element the basic building blocks of matter; cannot be separated into parts by chemical means
atom the smallest particle of an element that has all the properties of the element
proton a positively charged particle in the nucleus of an atom
neutron a particle with no electrical charge in the nucleus of an atom
compound a substance made up of a combination of two or more elements held together by chemical bonds that cannot be separated by physical means
saturated combined with or containing all the solute that can be dissolved without changing the temperature
concentrated having a large amount of solute in a solution in comparison with the amount of solvent
dilute having little solute in a solution in comparison with the amount of solvent
electron a negatively charged particle moving around the nucleus of an atom
Created by: bgagnon