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7. Compound Molecule molecule with 2 or more elements
1. Law of Conservation of Mass energy can not be created or disappeared
2. Physical Change change phycally
3. Chemical Change change chemically
4. Element smallest matter of all
5. Chemical Formula lazy way to write a molecule or elements.
6. Element (Diatomic) Molecule molecule with only one kind of element
8. Chemical Equation things such as OK + E = OKE
9. Chemical Reaction how elements react when they bond.
10. Reactants (in a chemical equation) left side of the equation
11. Products (in a chemical equation) right side of the equation
12. Coefficient (in a chemical equation) Big number in front of the molecule that tells you how many molecule they have.
13. Subscript (in a chemical equation) from number next to a element that tells you how many elements are there
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