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Nissing Chem Ch2

Chem Chapter2: Atoms, Molecules, and Ions

Use thise cards to learn about atoms, ions, and molecules. Click this card. If you get the card right, click the green "correct" box to the left!
Atomic theory explains the structure of matter in terms of different combinations of... very small particles
This term refers to a type of matter that is composed of only one kind of attom Element. Like Oxygen.
This term refers to a type of matter that is composed of two or more elements chemically combined. Compound. Like H2O.
This term refers to the rearrangement of atoms to create new chemical combinations Chemical Reaction
A one or two-letter notation used to represent an atom that corresponds to one particular element. Atomic Symbol, like N refers to Nitrogen.
Dalton's law of multiple proportion proposes what relationship among the masses of elements in certain? They are small, whole-number ratios (like water is made out of 2:1 ratio of H to O)
Created by: jenissing