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A molecule is ____________combined   Chemically  
Pure substance made up of more than one element combined   Compound  
Homogeneous Mixture   Salt Water  
Heterogeneous Mixture   Concrete  
Best mixed of all mixtures   Solution  
Shorthand way of representing the chemical elements   Chemical Symbols  
Solution of Metals   Alloy  
Description of a chemical reaction using symbols and formulas   Equation  
A solution is what type of mixture   Homogeneous Mixture  
A Substance that contains only one type of atom   Element  
A Substance made up of more that one kind of Molecule   Mixture  
In sweetened tea, the sugar is called the   Solute  
A substance that dissolves in water is   Soluble  
The water in salt water would be the   Solvent  
2H2 + O2 ----- 2 H2O What's the product   Water  
You increase solubility by increasing   Temp  
Smallest piece of matter was named "atom" by who   Democritus / Greek  
Whose model claimed matter is made of atoms, atoms of the same element are alike, atoms of different compounds are not alike   Dalton's Model  
Who discovered the Electron   Thomson  
Who was the first to discover the atom   Rutherford  
Where did Bohr's model place electrons   on orbits around the nucleus  
The modern atomic model or present day theory is called   Wave Mechanics  
Positively Charges particle in the nucleus of an atom   Proton  
Number of protons in the nucleus of an atom is called the   Atomic Number  
Sum of protons and neutrons   Atomic Mass  
All neutrons are electrically   Neutral  
The nucleus of an atom contains   Protons and Neutrons  


   





 
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