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Unit b-3


molecule a element or chemical
chemical bond bonding between two reacants
chemical formula the formula of the chemicles there are and how many of each
compond two or more atoms combine to make a subastance
element a pecie of matter that makes up everything
chemical reaction A bond between chemicles that can make nosies change color an so on
recant The chemicles before they are comdine
product the new chemical substance after two chemicals are combine
cross linked two polymers combine and make a hard brittle substance
monomer one sigle chemical comdantion of an atom
polymer more than one chemicla comdation of na atom
opensytem when air can get to a substance
closed system whne air can not react with sudstance
Law of Conservation of Mass no Atoms are gained or loosed in a chemical reaction.
Created by: katelynk1016