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Smallest subunit of a chemical element Atom
Substance that can donate hydrogen ion to another substance Acid
Substance that can accept a hydrogen ion (H+); substance that donates a hyrdoxide ion (OH-), a base Alkali
Substance that can accept a hydrogen ion (H+); substance that donates a hydroxide ion (OH-); an alkali Base
Simple sugar or compund made from simple sugars linked together, such as starch or glycogen Carbohydrate
Substance composed of two or more chemical elements Compound
Negatively charged particle located in an energy level outside the nucleus of an atom Electron
One of the substances from which all matter is made; substance that cannot be decomposed into a simpler substance Element
Type of lipid composed of glycerol and fatty acids; triglyceride Fat
Charged particle formed when an electrolyte goes into solution Ion
Form of an element that has the same atomic number as another form of that element but a different atomic weight; isotopes differ in their numbers of neutrons Isotope
Noncharged particle in the nucleus of an atom Neutron
Organic compound made of amino acids; contains nitrogen in addition to carbon, hyrdogen and oxygen Protein
Positively charged particle in the nucleus of an atom Proton
Homogeneous mixture of one substance disscolved in another; the components in a mixture are evenly distributed and cannot be distingusihed from each other Solution
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