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chemical vocabulary

Atom Particles that the elements cannot be divided.
Element A substance that cannot be broken into simpler substances.
Nucleus A structure near the center of an atom.
Electron Shells Region surrounding the nucleus of an atom,where electrons are most likely to be found.
Proton Positively charged particle located in the nucleus of an atom.
Speed A distance travled an object in a given amount of time.
Velocity An object's speed and direction at a given instant.
Acceleration Change in an object's speed or direction over time.
Force A push or a pull of an object.
Newtons SI unit of force.
Beaker Tongs To hold a hot beaker with.
Goggles To protect your eyes.
Flask Use for mixing chemicals.
Hand Lens To magnify objects.
Teast Tube To test the chemicals.
Flask USe for mixing chemicals.
Balanced force Produce no change in the mostion of an object.
Unbalanced Force Occur when the net force of oun objects does not equal, object changing in mosion.
Direction A position in which mosion or another posion is referred.
atomic Number Number of protons in the nucleus of an atom of a given element.
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