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SpencerScience Atoms

Law Of Conservation of Mass Energy can neither be created nor destroyed
Physical Change Changes affecting a substance's physical form
Chemical Change Changes affecting a substance's chemical composition
Element A part of the periodic table. A type of atom.
Chemical Formula How the molecule is created (w/ elements)
Element (Diatomic Molecule) A molecule with only 1 element
Compound of Molecule Multiple elements making up an element
Chemical Equation Representation of a chemical reaction
Chemical Reaction How 2+ element combine together to create a compound
Reactant (in a chem. equ.) The left side, the individual elements
Products (in a chem. equ.) The combination of the reactants
Coefficient (in a chem. equ.) The # of a molecules
Subscript (in a chem. equ.) The amount of an atom in a compound
Ionic Compound a chemical compound in which ions are held together in a lattice structure by ionic bonds
Covalent Compound a compound in which the atoms that are bonded share electrons rather than transfer electrons from one to the other
Metallic Compound A metallic compound is a compound that contains one or more metal elements.
Synthesis purposeful execution of chemical reactions to get a product, or several products
Decomposition separation of a chemical compound into elements or simpler compounds
Single Replacement when an element or ion moves out of one compound and into another
Double Replacement two reactant ionic compounds exchange ions to form two new product compounds with the same ions.
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