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atomic theory part2

vocabulary

TermDefinition
element pure;made of only one type of atom.
compound chemical combination of 2 or more atoms for diffrent element.
covalent compounds between 2 non-metals
molecule 2 or more atoms combined.
Iomic compounds between a metal and a non-metal.
Lewis Dot Structure show the way compounds from using valence electrons.
physical change a usually reversible change in the physical properties of a substance, as size or shape
vaporization convert or be converted in vapor.
condensation the conversion of vapor or gas into a liquid .
sublimation a purification or refinement; ennoblement.
deposition the action of deposing someone/or something.
chemical changes a chemical reaction of the atoms of one or more substances and a change in their chemical properties or composition.
law of conservation of mass conservation of mass.
heterogeneous
homogeneous
solute
solvent
solution
substance
Created by: Raquel18